anonymous
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What is the surface area of this prism? Will Medal and fan
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Calculate the area of the triangle first. You'll get two sides of the triangle on the prism.
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  • anonymous
Ok thanks

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You will three faces with a rectangle of dimensions 13m by 17m. Calculate the area of the rectangle and multiply by 3.
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  • anonymous
Add up the (area of 2 triangles) + (area of 3 rectangles), and you will get the total surface area of the prism.
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Ok i will do that thanks!

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