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Hayleymeyer

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http://media.education2020.com/evresources/878-12-03-00-00-sur_files/i0130000.jpg What is the surface area of the figure above? Note that the figure is made up of congruent cubes with a side length of 3 cm

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  1. Hayleymeyer
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    u need me to explain it or straight answer

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    @Hayleymeyer

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    straight answer lol cuz ik how to do it, just cnt get the right answer

  5. anonymous
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    well its 3*3*3=27*9(because there is 9 squares)=243

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    a. 248 cm878-12-03-00-00-sur_files/i0130001.jpg c. 368 cm878-12-03-00-00-sur_files/i0130002.jpg b. 306 cm878-12-03-00-00-sur_files/i0130003.jpg d. 424 cm878-12-03-00-00-sur_files/i0130004.jpg

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    a=248 b=306 c=386 d=424 ^.-

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    a sorry

  10. anonymous
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    i meant 248 @Hayleymeyer

  11. Hayleymeyer
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    lo its ok

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