anonymous
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PLZ HELP WILL MEDAL AND FAN What is the surface area of the composite figure? https://racine.brainhoney.com/Resource/26948139,0/Assets/flvs/math1_v10_gs-xml/res0119/08_ac_08_014.jpg
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i cant open it sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh okay
anonymous
  • anonymous
Three rectangular prisms join to form a composite solid. The center prism is oriented horizontally. Its base side length is labeled 9 yards. Attached at a ninety degree angle to its left side, facing downward, is a vertically oriented rectangular prism. The height of that prism is labeled 6 yards. The length of that prism is labeled 3 yards. The third rectangular prism is attached at a ninety degree angle to the right side of the central prism, facing upward, and vertically oriented. The height of this prism is labeled 9 yards. The length of the prism is labeled 3 yards, and the left side height where it meets the top of the central prism is labeled 6 yards. The width of all the prisms is three yards.

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