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Identify which measurement (area, volume, surface area, or perimeter) would be most useful to find for a rectangular prism and a cube and why. Your explanation should be in coplete sentences. Thanks! (:

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  1. k.rajabhishek Group Title
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    what useful?

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  2. Yolo4mecuite Group Title
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    What?

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  3. k.rajabhishek Group Title
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    have u understood the question?

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  4. Yolo4mecuite Group Title
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    Yes.... I think

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  5. k.rajabhishek Group Title
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    can u explain it to me?

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  6. philo1234 Group Title
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    Are u finding the area? or volume? of a rectangular prisim and a cube. This question does not seem complete/

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  7. jesusisabiscuit Group Title
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    Is there any more context to the questions? That's very vague...

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  8. Yolo4mecuite Group Title
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    Nope theres not

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  9. ArkGoLucky Group Title
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    I think volume would be most useful because it shows that the figure is 3D.

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  10. jesusisabiscuit Group Title
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    Couldn't surface area show that as well? 2D shapes don't have surface area.

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