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For questions 1–2, find the volume of the given prism. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary.

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265.1 cm3 274.4 cm3 274.6 cm3 269.3 cm3
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2,028.0 yd3 1,756.3 yd3 1,434.0 yd3 3,512.6 yd3
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for the first one, it's a rectangular prism, you can go ahead and multiply the three dimensions...

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so mutiply 4.2, 5.3, and 12.1
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so the first one would the 269.3cm^3
If that's what you got... I don't have a calculator with me...
yeah that's what i got.
Okay, now for the triangular prism, it's a bit tricky, you have to get the area of that triangle... can you do that?
witch triangle?? the top or the bottom??
thanks :)
Sorry. The equilateral triangle with side-length equal to 13.
I got it thanks

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