Christopher J. answered • 05/12/20

Berkeley Grad Math Tutor (algebra to calculus)

Hi Lana

Assuming both boxes are square, one with side equal to 3 the other with side 4

The ratio of perimeters will be 4/3 [perimeter of one is 4*4=16 the other is 3*4=12]

The ratio of areas will be (4/3)^{2 }[area of one is 4^{2}= 16 the other is 3^{2}=9]

The ratio of volumes will be (4/3)^{3} [volume of one is 4^{3}=64 the other is 3^{3}=27]

try to figure out the surface area ratio