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  • one year ago

Find the surface area, not drawn to scale

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    So, the surface of this three dimensional shape is a rectangle. Therefore, you have to find the area of the rectangle that is on the top side of the tridimensional shape. The area of a rectangle is calculated by: \[A _{rect}=w.l\] where "w" means "width" and "l" means "length".

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    do u still need help ?

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    nvm

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