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  1. anonymous
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    The surface area of the solid is ____ square inches.

  2. anonymous
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    |dw:1434464410796:dw|

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    so u need help finding the area right? I can help do...do u have any ..answers

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    I already have my answer i just need to be sure if its correct.

  5. anonymous
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    and its not mutiple choice.

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    -multiple

  7. anonymous
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    what is the answer that u got..give me the answer then ill check and see if u are correct

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    I want you to figure it out first then i tell you what i got to be sure you actually figured it out.

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    ok give me a few mins ..im good at multiplying just give me a min ok :)

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    I will thank you @Angelsoft

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    how I did the question is ...8 times 4 = 32 and 4 times 4 = 16 and another 4 times 4 = 16

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    what equations did u use ...

  13. anonymous
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    i did something else hold on @surjithayer

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    can you check this @surjithayer

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    i got 80

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    so what u did is 4 * 4 =16 4 * 4=16 then 16+16 is 32 but I was thinking u do 8*8 or 8*4 then 4*4 two times and that was added and I got 64 but if u do 8*8 then 4*4 two times then add the answers I got 96

  17. anonymous
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    your suppose to multiply 1/2 to

  18. anonymous
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    oh forgot lol sorry hold on..sorry if im not helping

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    its ok your at least trying thats worth a lot.

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    80 is correct . i lost my connection

  21. anonymous
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    oh now I figured mine too yes it is shes right sorry was looking at my schoolwork

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    thanks @surjithayer thank you for helping @Angelsoft

  23. anonymous
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    ugh though I have to do homeschooling in summer but at least before other kids get in 6th grade I will be in 7th...no problem

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    thats good

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    can u add me I think we can help each other out what grade are u

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    6th going into 7th soon

  27. anonymous
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    @marc1313

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