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JesusLovesU

  • 3 years ago

Use the figure to find the measures. Area of base = Lateral area = Total area = Volume =

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  1. JesusLovesU
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  2. Grazes
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    It really depends which side you consider as the base...

  3. JesusLovesU
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    wat is the formula 4 this?

  4. monokerous
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    base is 5*6=30

  5. Grazes
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    Area of base = length(width) Lateral area = 2(Height)(Width)+2(Height)(Length) Total area = 2Areaofbase+Lateral Area Volume =length(width)(height)

  6. Grazes
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    As I said, it depends which side you consider the base.

  7. monokerous
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    true.

  8. JesusLovesU
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    which side would u consider the base?

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