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Alissa bought a rectangular toy box as a birthday gift for her little sister.She wants to estimate the surface area of the toy box so she can decide how much wrapping pape she will need.If the toy box is 3.1 feet long,1.9 feet wide ,and 2 feet deep,what is the surface area?

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  1. anonymous
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    SA=Ph+2B

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    \[A=2(lb+lh+hb)\] \[A=2(5.89+10)\] \[A=31.78\]

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    So is 32

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    So is 32

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