Find the surface area of the composite solid if the base is a regular hexagon. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. A.471.53 m2 B.615.53 m2 C.709.06 m2 D.802.59 m2

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Find the surface area of the composite solid if the base is a regular hexagon. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. A.471.53 m2 B.615.53 m2 C.709.06 m2 D.802.59 m2

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did you first break up the 3D figure into 2 different 3D figures?
No. I didnt

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Am I suppose to multiply the numbers?
let's focus on the hexagonal prism
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what is the area of each side panel?
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each side panel looks like this |dw:1436844037861:dw|
okay
what is the area of that panel?
well is the area of the whole hexagon 93?
93.53 roughly
so that is the bottom face
the top face of the hexagonal prism gets covered up, so it doesn't count
okay
each panel is 42 square meters there are 6 of them 42*6 = 252 square meters so far, the total surface area is 93.53+252 = 345.53
we haven't dealt with the pyramid on top though so we're not done yet
what is the area of this triangle here |dw:1436844618751:dw|
45
there are 6 such triangles 6*45 = 270 so 270 square meters is the surface area of the pyramid up top (ignoring the bottom face)
in total, the composite 3D figure has 93.53+252+270 = 615.53 square meters of surface area
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