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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.

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    do you know who might be good at this?

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    TuringTest

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    thanks

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    I tried but he only accepts messages from people that he has fanned

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    TuringTest, Can you help?

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    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

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    ok cos when i looked it up the triangles were on the middle two boxes not the ends

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    http://www.senteacher.org/Worksheet/12/NetsPolyhedra.xhtml

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    Go and eat now and thanks

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    sorry I couldn't help this time... try me for calculus though :D see ya!

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    thanks

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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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