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InsanityxP

  • 2 years ago

What is the volume of the prism? ~attachment in comments~

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  2. Abs.Zero
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    The volume of a prism is area times length. Think you can go from there?

  3. InsanityxP
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    I know the formula I just need the process explained.

  4. Abs.Zero
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    Find the area of the triangle, then multiply that by the length of the actual prism, which is 10 here.

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    Area of the triangle = base x height / 2

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