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heatjack13

  • 2 years ago

The units for surface areas will always be

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  1. heatjack13
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    halved

  2. heatjack13
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    quartered

  3. heatjack13
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    quadrupled

  4. heatjack13
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    squared

  5. geoffb
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    If you look in its name, surface area—what can you say about area?

  6. heatjack13
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    idont know?

  7. heatjack13
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    ?

  8. geoffb
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    Do you know how to find the area of a rectangle?

  9. heatjack13
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    no

  10. geoffb
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    |dw:1354561519750:dw| That doesn't look familiar?

  11. heatjack13
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    yes sorta

  12. geoffb
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    Area of a rectangle is base times height. That includes not only the numbers, but the units. So if we have a rectangle that's 4 meters by 3 meters, what is the area?

  13. geoffb
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    Or feet, if you'd rather.

  14. heatjack13
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    oh okay now i get it but it dont expain my qustuion i need more help

  15. heatjack13
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    lol

  16. Aditi_Singh
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    What exactly is your question, huh ?

  17. heatjack13
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    The units for surface areas will always be

  18. heatjack13
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    halved

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    quartered

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    quadrupled

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    squared

  22. Aditi_Singh
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    See, Surface area is always given in square units .. So, it could be *squared* ..

  23. heatjack13
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    thank you homie:)

  24. Aditi_Singh
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    Woah, Is it right? :P

  25. heatjack13
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    yes lol

  26. Aditi_Singh
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    lol !

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