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haker808st8 Group Title

can some on please help me

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    1. Use Euler’s Formula to find the missing number. Faces: 23 Vertices: 10 Edges: ? (1 point) 32 30 34 31 2. Vertices: 14 Edges: 36 Faces: ? (1 point) 24 25 23 27 3. Pierre built the model shown in the diagram below for a social studies project. He wants to be able to show the inside of his model, so he sliced the figure as shown. Describe the cross section he created. (1 point) hexagon pentagon pyramid rectangle 4. Use formulas to find the lateral area and surface area of the given prism. Round your answer to the nearest whole number. (1 point) 76 m2; 244 m2 76 m2; 160 m2 216 m2; 160 m2 216 m2; 244 m2 5. Use formulas to find the lateral area and surface area of the given prism. Round your answer to the nearest whole number. (1 point) 645 m2; 779 m2 671 m2; 725 m2 645 m2; 725 m2 671 m2; 698 m2 6. Find the surface area of the cylinder in terms of . (1 point) 216 in.2 144 in.2 432 in.2 168 in.2 For problems 7–8, find the surface area of the pyramid shown to the nearest whole number. 7. (1 point) 72 ft2 128 ft2 56 ft2 22 ft2 8. (1 point) 1,300 m2 390 m2 650 m2 628 m2 9. Find the slant height x of the pyramid shown, to the nearest tenth. (1 point) 4.35 mm 9.2 mm 6.9 mm 3.6 mm 10. Find the surface area of the cone to the nearest tenth. (1 point) 132 cm2 138 cm2 490.1 cm2 867.1 cm2 11. Find the slant height of the cone to the nearest whole number. (1 point) 20 m 22 m 21 m 19 m 12. The lateral area of a cone is 500 cm2. The radius is 50 cm. Find the slant height to the nearest tenth. (1 point) 10 cm 9.1 cm 14.2 cm 11.2 cm

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    do your own homework

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    if you need help then come here

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    @haker808st8 did you ever do this? Can you send me the answers please please please !

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    I'm doing this now, @haker808st8 can you send me the answers too?

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    I need help on his,

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    @haker808st8 Can you give me the answers? I'm really far behind and I need help!

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    Did you get the answers?

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