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What is the volume of the figure below

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you would find the volume of the rectangular prism and of the pyramid then addthem together
do you need the formulas for volume or are you ok?

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im ok
k well give it a try :)
Total Volume 144 units os volume.
144 m³
can you answer another one for me ?(:
sure!
Which formula represents the subtracted portion of the surface area formula for the shape below? Assume that all rectangular faces are squares.
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4l² + 2*a² + 2*l*h + l*a l is the side of the cube, h the hight os the pyramid, and a is sidee side of the the other prism
none of these are the choices
maybe you need to simplify this equation a little bit

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