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HELP PLZ WILL MEDAL AND FAN Ron is moving out of his apartment. To be more organized for the moving process, he stacked the boxes up in threes. Each box has dimensions of 22 inches by 22 inches by 22 inches. What is the surface area of the rectangular prism formed by the 3 stacked boxes? Three congruent boxes are stacked together on top of each other. One of the boxes has length of twenty-two inches, width of twenty-two inches, and height of twenty-two inches.

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    a)two thousand nine hundred four inches b)six thousand seven hundred seventy-six square inches c)seven thousand two hundred sixty square inches d)eight thousand seven hundred twelve square inches

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    Stacking the boxes up 3x makes the new height 66 inches, width and depth still 22 inches. Bases 2(22)(22) (the square part) =968 Sides = 4(22)(66) =5808 if you add those together, you'll get your answer >.<

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