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The surface area of a prism is 125 in2. Which statements are true about the same prism measured in square feet? Choose all answers that are correct. A. The number representing the surface area would decrease. B. The number representing the surface area would increase. C. The actual surface area would decrease. D. The actual surface area would increase. E. The actual surface area would stay the same.

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  1. anonymous
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    @HelpBlahBlahBlah @helpmeme @Helpppmeee1999

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    @mathmath333

  4. anonymous
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    some 1 help plz

  5. dan815
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    what is the relationship between inches and feet

  6. dan815
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    can you tell me anything you think you know about inches and feet?

  7. dan815
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    hello you there?

  8. anonymous
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    here

  9. dan815
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    okay, so any input?

  10. anonymous
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    i don't know the relation ship at all

  11. dan815
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    time to find out then :)

  12. dan815
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    do you know what an inch is?

  13. anonymous
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    super small

  14. dan815
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    how small exactly

  15. dan815
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    what about a feet

  16. dan815
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    look at your foot, how long do you think your foot is

  17. dan815
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    is that what a feet is? how many inches long do you think your foot is

  18. anonymous
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    5 inches

  19. dan815
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    thats a pretty small foot there

  20. anonymous
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    well maybe 7inch

  21. dan815
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    hmm u think so eh

  22. dan815
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    okay so

  23. dan815
    • one year ago
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    now look up how many inches go into this feet measurement unit

  24. dan815
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    inches is a way to measure, and so is feet

  25. anonymous
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    what

  26. dan815
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    think about it

  27. dan815
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    look at your height

  28. dan815
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    how many fingers high do you think your height is

  29. anonymous
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    4.10

  30. dan815
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    no lets measure your heigh interms of your own feet

  31. dan815
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    you can use multiple things to measure your height

  32. dan815
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    liek for example a meter stick

  33. dan815
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    how many meter stick lengths do you think your height is

  34. dan815
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    or maybe we can use your hand, how many of your hand lengths fit into your height

  35. anonymous
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    of how will this help

  36. dan815
    • one year ago
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    you tell me

  37. dan815
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    do you understand what inches and feet are yet?

  38. anonymous
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    yes

  39. dan815
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    okay now go find out big inches are and how big feet are

  40. dan815
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    but ill give u a diagram for now, i have to go so

  41. anonymous
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    i already know that

  42. dan815
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    |dw:1433467110460:dw|

  43. dan815
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    when they say inches squares or feet squared

  44. dan815
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    they are talking about an area that is a square formed by this length

  45. dan815
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    |dw:1433467162852:dw|

  46. dan815
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    so what they are asking you is, how many squares with inch length fit into the square with feet length

  47. dan815
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    |dw:1433467205193:dw|

  48. dan815
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    get it?

  49. dan815
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    they say we have 125 of this inch squares

  50. dan815
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    now they want you to answer how many of the big squares does that mean u have?

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