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PLZ HELP WILL MEDAL AND FAN Which formula represents the subtracted portion of the surface area formula for the shape below? Assume that all rectangular faces are squares. Three figures join to make a composite solid. On the left, a square based pyramid is attached to the top of a cube. The right side of the cube is attached to the side of a triangular prism. https://racine.brainhoney.com/Resource/26948139,0/Assets/flvs/math1_v10_gs-xml/res0124/08_AC_12_047.jpg

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    four s squared one-third s squared h one-third s squared h plus one-half s square h s h

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    ???

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    oi ill do my best with this ok lets take a look

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    ok

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    @Elsa213

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    That didn't have the answer

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    plz help

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    gomen I haven been able to solve it but maybe I an help with something else

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    okay

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