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I need to be able to find the area of the pentagon on top in xK form
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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.
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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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what do you think?
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I know it is LA+2b=TA, but it needs to be in ###+##K or something like that.
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what means of P there ? perimeter of base ?
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I assumed that when answering it...
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Yes... That's how I used it,
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