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sunsetlove

  • 4 years ago

.Which of the following is a situation where finding neither the lateral area nor the surface area would be appropriate?

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  1. sunsetlove
    • 4 years ago
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    choices Determining how many bricks are needed to build a pyramid with a brick floor. Determining how much stucco is needed to stucco the walls and roof of a building. Determining how much paint is needed to entirely paint a pyramid-shaped ornament. Determining how much paint is needed to paint the walls of your bedroom.

  2. Riskydiablo
    • 4 years ago
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    The first one. Finding the Surface Area or Lateral Area will give you no information about the floor

  3. sunsetlove
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    i think is A

  4. sunsetlove
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    ok cool thanks we both agree

  5. Riskydiablo
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    Although i believe if you take the Surface Area - the lateral area of a pyramid, you'll get the area of the bottom, or floor :P

  6. rawrolivia
    • 3 years ago
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    Just for the future students who look at this, I submitted my exam with this answer about the brick floor and it was wrong..

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