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What is the surface area of the prism? @rainbow_rocks03 @Black_ninja123

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What do you think the answer is?
wait the area is 2 bh x wl or something like that?
well solve that then
so it is that? formula
so 6x 10 x 9 x 8 ? i dont know HELP!
HELP!
One sec I have to find the formula
kk
Do you know what kind of prism is this?
triangular
am i right?
Let me tag some people
i just need to know where the base height width and length is and how to times it.
I dont't know the formula
don't*
  • phi
there are 5 faces. the triangle face closest to us is a right triangle. can you find its area using 1/2 base * height ?
is the base byd and the hieght 10yd?
  • phi
you want the bottom line that goes sides and the line that goes straight up (not the hypotenuse)
  • phi
*sideways
so, 8yd and 10yd?
  • phi
8 goes straight up. which line goes sideways?
  • phi
you want the "legs" that form the right angle (see the little square in the corner?)
9?
yes i see it
  • phi
what are the lengths of those two legs?
9 and 8?
  • phi
the marked legs are the base and the height of the right triangle
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6= base hieght = 8
  • phi
now can you find its area ?
6 x 8 x 2 = 96 / 2 = 48
  • phi
why did you put in the extra 2 ?
cuz sometimes when people like teach me they put in the 2 and then im like well i should do that for everything now.
  • phi
Let's go slow and find the area of just the one face, the triangle with base 6 and height 8 the formula is 1/2 * base * height what do you get ?
48
  • phi
base * height is 6*8 = 48 but now multiply by 1/2
96
  • phi
48 times 1/2 means 48/2 (it is not 96)
oh, then 24
  • phi
yes. next the "back triangle" is the same area, it is also 24 so the front and back add up to 24+24= 48 now we have to find the area of the 3 rectangle shaped faces.
k do we do 48 x 3?
guess not
  • phi
I see a 9 x 10
90
  • phi
ok remember 90 now what is the length of the red line in the figure?
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yes
  • phi
you are looking at a rectangle and the opposite sides of a rectangle are equal what is the length of the red line in the figure?
6 but then im thinking it might be 8
|dw:1433368962957:dw|
  • phi
do you see you are looking at |dw:1433368988335:dw|
oh 8
  • phi
the opposite sides are equal. it is not 8
9
|dw:1433369052851:dw|
  • phi
yes, 9 can you find the area of the rectangle with sides 6 and 9 ?
54?
  • phi
yes, so far we know 24+24 + 90 + 54 there is one more face (the back face) with the two red lines.
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|dw:1433369132043:dw|
  • phi
you already figured out the bottom red line is 9 can you figure out the area of that rectangle ?
24+24 + 90 + 54 = 192
:d B!!!!!
  • phi
yes, but we need the last face
|dw:1433369253872:dw|
72?
add that to 192
  • phi
192 is not the whole answer yes 72 for the last face
264
and viola!
  • phi
ok, there should be a choice with 264. Pick it!
@phi can you help me
I will! Thank you so much for helping me!!!!!
Great job!
Thank you!

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