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what is the volume of ,measured in cubic centimeters ,of the shape below ? do not include units in your answer . ill draw this shape one moment plz thank u

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    |dw:1328634195999:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    Same as last problem... length x width x heigth... 5 x 5 x5 = 125.

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    what method do u use to find surface area ?

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    It depends on what kind of object you're talking about.

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    ill draw it

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    |dw:1328634398810:dw|

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    is that heigth 1?

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    and other object is this one |dw:1328634550193:dw|

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    first one yes height is 1

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    I would simply break down the object into seperate surfaces and find the area of each.. Then add the areas at the end. This is the only way to do it without using advanced math.

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    says the surface areas of the two solids shown below are equal ?true or false

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    If you do all the work, both objects have a surface area of 46. So the answer is true.

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