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Consider the prism shown below. a.Draw a net for the prism and label all dimensions. b.Use the net to find the surface area of the prism

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label all dimensions
okay
before i do that is it X
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6x10x8x6x17x8
Looks good, now "b.Use the net to find the surface area of the prism"
how do i do that again i forgot it
Find the area of each part of the "net" using the formulas: area of a rectamgle = length*width and area of a triangle = 0.5b*h.
like this 6x10x8x6x17x8
456m2
I get 626 square meters
how?lol
oh i understand what i'm doing wrong i have to times first then the answer i have to add it
@dietrich_harmon Did you get the same answer as me?
yup
:-D
thanks

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