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sunsetlove

  • 2 years ago

The tent shown below is on display at a toy store. What is the total surface area of the tent in square feet? Assume no material is used on the bottom of the tent. Answer 117 162 234 246

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    Sunset love can you find the surface are of the rectangular prism which is on the ground ?

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    yes

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    Ok tell me what it is? Then we'll proceed with the upper portion

  5. sunsetlove
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    SA=pxh+2xB

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    Notice that the surface are of the prism , won't have the the lower surface SO |dw:1331321042095:dw| Find the area of rectangles marked with 'x'

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