Find the surface area of the right prism: A rectangular base 2 ft by 6 ft, height 5 ft

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Find the surface area of the right prism: A rectangular base 2 ft by 6 ft, height 5 ft

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area= bh if i take 2*6 = 12(5) = 60 ft^3 Is this right?
SA = LA + 2B is the formula
LA=lateral area?

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The surface area of a prism = 2 × area of base + perimeter of base × H
92 ft^2 is my answer 12 ft^2 is my base area 16 is my perimeter * height (5) = 80 80 + 12 = 92 ft^2
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Surface Area: rectangular base 2 ft by 6 ft, height 5 ft Sa = 2tops + 2lefts + 2fronts .... Sa = 2(6*2) + 2(6*5) + 2(5*2) Sa = 24 +60 +20 Sa = 60 + 44 = 104, right?
eeks... did you see what I did?
no..... was it embarassing ?
formula is same as u applied
there might be some error in computations
I found the base area... then the perimeter * by height then added my base area to the lateral area
got 92
.... that aint gonna work out tho
where did I got wrong and how did you apply 2(height)? Just wondering.. :)
surface area of a box is just adding up all the faces... each face consists of 2 parts to compute area
6.5 5.2 or 6.2
righteous
there are 2 faces that match for each set.....
2(6.2) + 2(6.5) + 2(5.2) is the total of all faces
and that would be 104 ft squared not cubed right?
squared is right
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can you look the problem over with the pentagonal prism... check my answer...please
oh thats neat
i dunno ..... im kinda busy doing nothing ... and thats gonna take all day to finish lol
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