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What is the surface area of the prism? A. 180 in2 B. 204 in2 C. 120 in2 D. 192 in2 http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1299500_1300000/1299600/1/414f45faedb7eab739c532bcad89beb0a9169582/143842.jpg

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  1. anonymous
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    @Durply

  2. Durply
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    204

  3. anonymous
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    thx how'd u find it

  4. Durply
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    SA=((5+5+8) x 10)+ 2(8 x 3/2)

  5. anonymous
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    thx, can u help with 3 more?

  6. Durply
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    um sure

  7. anonymous
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    ok The surface area of a cube is 1849 mm2. Which statements are true about the same cube measured in square centimeters? 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. btw its select all that are true so more than one answer

  8. Durply
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    what do you think it is

  9. anonymous
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    honestly i think a and d

  10. Durply
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    close

  11. Durply
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    its A and E

  12. anonymous
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    oh ok kool

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    2 more

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    The prism has a volume of 60 in3. What would the volume of the prism be if each dimension were tripled? in3 Rectangular prism with unlabeled dimensions http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1576000_1576500/1576125/1/582540b75fe1f26561d2f03eab715340da5df5dd/MS_IMB-1400114-1121006.jpg

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    in3

  16. Durply
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    than the answer?

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    1,620

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    thank you last one

  19. anonymous
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    Which shows the dimensions of two rectangular prisms that have volumes of 320 mm3 but different surface areas? A. 16 mm by 5 mm by 4 mm; 5 mm by 4 mm by 16 mm B. 10 mm by 4 mm by 6 mm; 6 mm by 10 mm by 4 mm C. 8 mm by 10 mm by 4 mm; 10 mm by 8 mm by 4 mm D. 8 mm by 10 mm by 4 mm; 20 mm by 8 mm by 2 mm

  20. anonymous
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    i think d

  21. Durply
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    Yup Good Job

  22. anonymous
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    thx

  23. Durply
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    what you get

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    yea 'merica i got 100%

  25. Durply
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    nice

  26. EclipsedStar
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    Hi there @durply! Did you know that direct answers are against the CoC? Please read the Code of Conduct here: http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct Thank you for your consideration.

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