anonymous
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a right rectangular prism and an oblique triangle are both 12 cm tall and have the same volume. which statement must be true about the two solids
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jim_thompson5910
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I'm assuming you mean "oblique triangular prism" using this formula `volume of prism = (area of base)*(height of prism)` we know for a fact that if the volume and heights are the same for both figures, then the areas of the bases must also be the same (to ensure the equation holds true)
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