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find the surface area of the solid above . a.58cm2 b.52cm2 c.54cm2 d.43cm2 ?

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  1. anonymous
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    what are the dimensions

  2. anonymous
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    ill have to draw this shape one second ?

  3. anonymous
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    k

  4. anonymous
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    |dw:1328717895127:dw|

  5. anonymous
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    how would i find the surface area ?

  6. anonymous
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    add the sides correct ?

  7. anonymous
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    u have to find the surface area of every side of the shape let me draw it out

  8. anonymous
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    if i put my cell number on here will u call me

  9. anonymous
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    no why cant u just help me on here hows that ging to help

  10. anonymous
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    cuz its kinda hard to explain by just typing im not a creep i promise im an online student

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    |dw:1328718535664:dw|

  12. anonymous
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    yes thats what it looks like

  13. anonymous
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    i found the answer tho

  14. anonymous
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    ok so lets take all the top and bottom dimensions 3*4 , 1*4, 4*4 + 12 , 4 , 16

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    how many centimeters are equal to 5 inches ?

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    i believ 10

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