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Help! I give medal:) Pic below Find the surface area and volume of the triangular prism formed by the net Show work

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  1. heather040200
    • 2 years ago
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    @Mertsj @.Sam. @JFraser @nubeer @KeganMoore do u think one of u could help me :)

  2. heather040200
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    |dw:1368044594098:dw|

  3. nickersia
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    Surface: (2*2)*3 + (sqrt(3)*1)*2*3 22.4

  4. heather040200
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    would that be in ft.

  5. nickersia
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    Volume: It will be base multiplied by height. Base is a triangle (sqrt(3)*1)*2=3.46 3.46 * 2ft = 6.92

  6. nickersia
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    I'm sorry I've never used ft for measures, and I don't know what you use for volume, we use mm, cm, m. But numbers are numbers just add your units :)

  7. heather040200
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    ok Thank You for your help :) but I would just be my units their not squared or anything or u don't no LOL

  8. nickersia
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_customary_units It's squared ft and cubic ft as well :)

  9. heather040200
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    kk thanks :)

  10. nickersia
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    No problem :)

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