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I need to be able to find the area of the pentagon on top in xK form
the exact question reads, Find the total area (in terms of K) of the prism. Place "K" last in your formula. T.A. = and I already have the lateral area.
so k can be any number, but it needs to be multiplied by sth to be able to find the area.

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I know it is LA+2b=TA, but it needs to be in ###+##K or something like that.
what means of P there ? perimeter of base ?
I assumed that when answering it...
Yes... That's how I used it,

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