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Find the surface area of the right prism. The right prism has a isosceles triangular base with the BASE being 3, the leg(s) being 4, and the WIDTH being 6. Use the SA = 2B + Ph( B= area of base and P =perimeter of base)

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  1. anonymous
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    You have your B. You have info to find your P. Find h.

  2. anonymous
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    H is 13.75, right?

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    is that a no?

  4. anonymous
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    Haven't work on these in a long time. Go with your instincts.

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    alright, thank you :)

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