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find the surface area of a rectangular prism with the length 18 inches, width 6 inches, and height 4 inches. A. 256in^2 B 204 in^2 C. 507 in^2 D. 408 in^2

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I got 408
If you are having trouble with finding the surface area or volume google this stuff

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@katlin95 use the formula @jim_thompson5910 gave you before in your other question.
that was for volume, use this one for surface area SA = 2*(LW + WH + LH)
my computer is being slow, so its hard for me to go back and fourth
I got C
use SA = 2*(LW + WH + LH) where L = 18 W = 6 H = 4
It's 408
lol u shoulda told me I was right then lol
If you google this information it wouldn't be hard
sry i didn't see the 408 you posted katlin95, but you're right

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