anonymous
  • anonymous
If anyone could help me with this Geometry, I would be super grateful. :) What is the lateral area of a rectangular prism if the base edges are 3 centimeters and 4 centimeters and the height is 6 centimeters? A. 84 cm² B. 92 cm² C. 150 cm² D. 220 cm² I'm honestly have no idea, but am open to learning if anyone would like to help me :)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
2h(w+l)=2*6*(3+4)=84m^2
lgbasallote
  • lgbasallote
ahh prisms..ithe lateral surface are = perimeter of the base x height
anonymous
  • anonymous
The lateral area is made up of four rectangular faces. (I'm assuming by "lateral" you're excluding the bases.) The area of a rectangle is found to be the product of its 2 dimensions. In this case, there are 2 height-width rectangles and two height-length rectangles. This can be expressed as: la=hw+hw+hl+hl

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Excellent! Thank you both so much, I was very much wondering which formula I should use, but now I know. Thank you both, you're a huge help. :)

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