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Does this figure represent the net of a triangular prism? If so, find the surface area. If not, could one region be added to make it a net of a triangular prism? Explain.

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I am no good at this net stuff. you need to ask someone who is visual.
do you know who might be good at this?

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I tried but he only accepts messages from people that he has fanned
TuringTest, Can you help?
actually I've never even heard this terminology before let me ping some more people for you (this is how to do it in the future) @FoolForMath @Akshay_Budhkar @lalaly hm... nobody is online right now, but they will see this message when they log in
ok cos when i looked it up the triangles were on the middle two boxes not the ends
http://www.senteacher.org/Worksheet/12/NetsPolyhedra.xhtml
Go and eat now and thanks
sorry I couldn't help this time... try me for calculus though :D see ya!
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You know, I have researched this. This is not the net of a triangular prism. A triangular prism has 3 rectangular faces and this net has only two.

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