## What is the relation between scale factor and the ratio of volumes?

Finally, the volume of a scaled object will be equal to the scale factor cubed. So, if the scale factor is three, the volume of the new object will be three cubed, or 27 times, the volume of the original object.

**What is volume of similar solids?**

If two solids are similar, then the ratio of their volumes is equal to the cube of the ratio of their corresponding linear measures.

**How do you determine if a pair of solids are similar?**

SUMMARY: To determine if solids are similar, set up a proportion of corresponding dimensions. If equal, they are similar. To find the missing measure of similar solids, set up a proportion of corresponding dimensions. Then, cross multiply and divide.

### What is the ratio of the volume of the two solids?

**What is volume ratio chemistry?**

CHEMISTRY GLOSSARY Volume ratio is equal to volume (VA) of one component and volume (VB) of other component’s proportion.

**When two solids are similar the ratio of their volumes equals the ratios of their corresponding lengths cubed?**

If two solids are similar, the ratio of their volumes is equal to the cube of the ratio of their corresponding sides. (Note that volume is not a “length” measurement – it is a 3-D measurement.) Example: If the sides of two cubes are in the ratio 2:3, what is the ratio of their volumes?

## What is the ratio for the volume of two similar spheres given that the ratio of their radii is 3 4?

Two spheres have radii in a ratio of 3:4. What is the ratio of their volumes? If we cube 3 and 4, we will have the ratio of the volumes. Therefore, \begin{align*}3^3:4^3\end{align*} or 27:64 is the ratio of the volumes.

**What does it mean for solids to be similar?**

Similar solids are those that have the same shape but not the same size, which means corresponding segments are proportional and corresponding faces are similar polygons.

**What is the area and volume of similar solids?**

Area and Volume of Similar Solids 1 Surface Areas of Similar Solids. In two dimensions, when two shapes are similar, the ratio of their areas is the square of the scale factor. 2 Volumes of Similar Solids. Just like surface area, volumes of similar solids have a relationship that is related to the scale factor. 3 Summary.

### What is the volume ratio for the two solids?

The volume ratio for the two solids is the side length ratio raised to the third power. Again, this is not the solids’ volume, only the ratio of the volumes. Ratios of Volumes of Similar Solids

**How are similarity and volume ratios related to each other?**

Similarity and Volume Ratios. How are the ratios of the surface area of solids related to their corresponding volumes? If two solids are similar, then their corresponding sides are all proportional. The ratio of their surface areas is the side ratiosquared and note that the ratios of the areas does not give the actual surface areas.

**How do you solve for the missing volume of similar solids?**

Obtain the scale factor, equate its square to the ratio of the surface areas, and solve for the missing SA. Recapitulate how scale factors affect the volume of similar solids and equate the ratio of the volumes to the cube of the scale factor to solve the missing volumes here.