Home > Math > Detail
search_icon
Question

Need help asap!!! ill give brainliest for right answer! A rectangular pyramid has a height of 6 units and a volume of 40 units3. Shannon states that a rectangular prism with the same base area and height has a volume that is three times the size of the given rectangular pyramid. Which statement explains whether Shannon is correct? A rectangular prism in which BA = 20 and h = 6 has a volume of 40 units3; therefore, Shannon is incorrect. A rectangular prism in which BA = 6.67 and h = 6 has a volume of 40 units3; therefore, Shannon is incorrect. A rectangular prism in which BA = 20 and h = 6 has a volume of 120 units3; therefore, Shannon is correct. A rectangular prism in which BA = 6.67 and h = 6 has a volume of 120 units3; therefore, Shannon is correct.

Answer

On the test, Shannon was able to correctly determine the volume of a rectangular prism with BA equal to 20 and height equal to 6. This resulted in a volume of 120 cubic units. Excellent work, Shannon! Keep it up.