anonymous
  • anonymous
(WILL GIVE MEDAL IF YOU HELP ME) A pentagonal prism has a volume of 448 cm3. If the height of the prism is 7 cm, what is the area of the base? A.) 8 cm2 B.) 21 cm2 C.) 64 cm2 D.) 90 cm2
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok im going to help u again lol...do u have a near by calculator?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok now what ur going to do is easy ...just divide 448 / 7 and tell what u get ?!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
64
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok or a other way u could have done this 7 x ? = 448 makes sense ? multiply til ur volume (448) is the answer or just di vide like u did 448/7=64 ..I hoped this helped u! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
thx for the medal again and ask and tag me in a post if u need help :) @Ddaddysgirl13
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks! ill need help with a lot! im not very good at math!
anonymous
  • anonymous
me ethier but im getting better s I should help u a lot just tag me if want to @Ddaddysirl13! :)

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