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(Will give medal) Find the surface area of the regular hexagonal pyramid shown to the nearest square meter. a. 406 m2 b. 393 m2 c. 819 m2 d. 240 m2

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    You can break this surface easily into simple shapes The six sides are simply triangles Their base is 8m, and their height is 10m - this computation is simple The drawing also gives the distance of the side to the centre of the base So you can break this into 6 triangle with base = 8 and height =4 sqrt(3) So you have to a) find 2 triangle areas b) multiply each of those by 6 c) add those values together

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