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What is the surface area of the figure?

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    Area of the front face: A = (bh)/2 A = (8*6)/2 A = 24 ------------------- Area of the back face (not shown): A = (bh)/2 A = (8*6)/2 A = 24 ------------------- Area of left face (not shown): A = LW A = 8*3 A = 24 ------------------ Area of right face: A = LW A = 10*3 A = 30 ---------------- Area of bottom face (not shown): A = LW A = 6*3 A = 18 ================================== Total surface area: Area of front face + Area of back face + Area of left face + Area of right face + Area of bottom face 24 + 24 + 24 + 30 + 18 120 So the surface are is 120 square meters.

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    omg thank you so much (:

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    You're welcome

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