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I give medal and become fan A jewelry store buys small boxes in which to wrap items that they sell. The diagram below shows one of the boxes. Find the lateral area and the surface area of the box to the nearest whole number. Use the large 15 x 6 cm rectangles on the top and bottom as the bases. (1 point) 47 cm2; 275 cm2 95 cm2; 365 cm2 47 cm2; 365 cm2 95 cm2; 275 cm2

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The sum of the areas of the lateral (vertical) faces of a cylinder, cone, frustum or the like is the lateral area of the box. The surface area is the sum of the area of all of the faces. \[S.A. = (15*2.26)(2) + (6*2.26)(2) + (15*6)(2) = 67.8 + 27.12 + 180 = 274.92\] \[L.A. = (15∗2.26)(2)+(6∗2.26)(2) = 67.8+27.12 = 94.92\]

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