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Find the surface area of a prism with a square base that is 5 cm by 5 cm and is 10 cm tall A. 250 cm2 B. 785 cm2 C. 250 cm3 D. 100 cm2 How do you find the surface area of a prism? A. Area of Base x Height B. (2 x Area of Base) + (Perimeter x Height) C. Area of Base + (Perimeter x Height) D. (2 x Height) + (Perimeter x Area of Base How do you find the surface area of a cylinder? A. πr2h B. 2πd2 + 2πdh C. πd2h D. 2πr2 + 2πrh What is the area of the base of a triangular prism if the volume is 210 ft3 and the height is 14 ft A. 196 ft2 B. 2940 ft2 C. 30 f

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so many questions.
the surface area of a prism is 2x(lb+bh+hl)
Abbie, what's your guess for these? Like, what shapes (and the formulas for their areas) would you use for creating these prisms?

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