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Julian purchases one tank that is in the shape of a triangular prism, and another tank that is in the shape of a triangular pyramid. Both tanks have congruent heights of 28 inches and bases that are both triangular shaped with a base of 24 and a height of 25. He wants each tank to hold at least 30 gallons of water. Which of the following statements best describes the scenario. James’ tank can hold almost 20 times as much water as Julian’s tank James’ tank can hold almost 21 times as much water as Julian’s tank James’ tank can hold almost 22 times as much water as Julian’s tank James’ tank can hold almost 23 times as much water as Julian’s tank.

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