What is the surface area of the figure? Solid Figures, Part 1 A. 300 cm2 B. 390 cm2 C. 220 cm2 D. 195 cm2 https://www.dropbox.com/s/gmyxu44pk3580oz/Screenshot%202015-06-15%2019.24.05.png?dl=0

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What is the surface area of the figure? Solid Figures, Part 1 A. 300 cm2 B. 390 cm2 C. 220 cm2 D. 195 cm2 https://www.dropbox.com/s/gmyxu44pk3580oz/Screenshot%202015-06-15%2019.24.05.png?dl=0

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√ Yeppers.
Sooo sorry, I have this question, that that one :(
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But, it is not the right one.
First, divide the figure into two figures.
which question is this one?
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Did I do it right? Probably, not.
Nope, you have to get it vertically.
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Is this correct? @Kash_TheSmartGuy
@Luigi0210 please help :)
@Kash_TheSmartGuy Still helping them?
Please, don't leave me in silence. ;-;
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Woah! That's so good!
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What I would do is cut that L figure in the top view like this |dw:1434423015139:dw|
Divide.
so you have a 5 by 10 rectangle on top of a 5 by 5 rectangle |dw:1434423048190:dw|
find the area of each rectangle I marked just now
So multiply 5 x 5 and 10 x 5?
yeah to get the overall top area of that L shape
Then, add the two together?
yep
Which would be 75.
that's the top area as well as the bottom area |dw:1434423170360:dw|
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