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What is the ratio of the volume of a tetrahedron A to the volume of that tetrahedron B which is formed by joining the centroids of the four triangles forming the tetrahedron A?

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1 year ago

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Note that tetrahedrons A and B are similar and B is smaller by a factor of 3.

Hence, the required ratio is \(3^3=\boxed{27}\) Deeparaj Bhat · 1 year ago

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EXCELLENT ANSWER! Alekhya China · 1 year ago

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