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  1. Hayleymeyer
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  2. Hayleymeyer
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    What is the surface area of the figure above? Note that the figure is made up of congruent cubes a. 224 cm878-12-03-00-00-sur_files/i0120001.jpg c. 268 cm878-12-03-00-00-sur_files/i0120002.jpg b. 424 cm878-12-03-00-00-sur_files/i0120003.jpg d. 448 cm878-12-03-00-00-sur_files/i0120004.jpg

  3. Hayleymeyer
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    @razor99 <3333

  4. razor99
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    its a cuboid right

  5. Hayleymeyer
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    yess

  6. Hayleymeyer
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    idk how to do it D:

  7. razor99
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    to work out the area of a rectangle you multiply the 2 sides of the rectangle together (Area = length x width). So in the example shown you have to work out the surface area of an 8cm by 4cm by 6cm cuboid. The area of the right and left faces of the prism are 6 x 4 = 24 cm^2

  8. razor99
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    its copy paste lol

  9. Hayleymeyer
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    oh okay, I was like ..O_O

  10. razor99
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    hahahaha xP

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