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What is the surface area of the prism? Solid Figures, Part 1 A. 672 in2 B. 116 in2 C. 348 in2 D. 480 in2 http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/243500_244000/243729/1/00ec6a34272c3b79f5f020c92e7310268aab6d54/VHS_PA_S2_05_L213_L313_UT_Q10.gif

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by thoughts, i mean what process do you spose will get us to an answer ...
oh multiply 10*16
doesnt seem like a logical approach. lets start with this. define what surface area is.
the area of the base
well, the base is only ONE surface in the object. wouldnt the total surface area include ALL the surfaces together?
true
how many 'faces' do we have? what are their shapes?
5 surfaces 2 triangles and 3 rectangles
good what is the area of each surface? then we add them up for the total surface area ..
triangles=48 rectangles=40 is what i got
tri1: 6*16/2 tri2: 6*16/2 2(48) is good on the tris, your rects are not good rect1: 10*7 rect2: 10*7 rect3: 16*7
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