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  • one year ago

If a = 4 in and b = 3 in, what is the area of the sketch?

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  1. anonymous
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    is there a picture or something

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    https://app107.studyisland.com/pics/185151pic3.png

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    well, we know that the trapezoid on to of the triangle is 24 inches

  4. anonymous
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    and to find the area of the rectangle, you would do 3*12

  5. anonymous
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    then you would add 3*12+24 to get your answer

  6. anonymous
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    60?

  7. anonymous
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    so 24 square inches+36 square inches should give you your answer

  8. anonymous
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    I think so :)

  9. anonymous
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    thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. anonymous
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    no problem

  11. anonymous
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    it is correct!

  12. anonymous
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    yay!

  13. anonymous
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    :)

  14. anonymous
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    can you help me with this one? If the cube has a side length of 2 centimeters, what is the surface area of the cube?

  15. anonymous
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    okay, I can.

  16. anonymous
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    so how many sides are there on a cube?

  17. anonymous
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    6?

  18. anonymous
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    right

  19. anonymous
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    and what is the area of one square on the cube if one side length is 4, and all the sides are the same?

  20. anonymous
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    do 4*4

  21. anonymous
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    to get the area of one side of the cube

  22. anonymous
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    16

  23. anonymous
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    correct, now do 16*6, since there are 6 sides

  24. anonymous
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    96

  25. anonymous
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    wait, never mind

  26. anonymous
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    I read the question wrong

  27. anonymous
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    don't click on any answers yet

  28. anonymous
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    forget what I wrote earlier for the cube question

  29. anonymous
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    ok

  30. anonymous
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    so, first do 2*2 to get the area of one square of the cube

  31. anonymous
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    then do 4*6 to get your answer

  32. anonymous
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    to get 24

  33. anonymous
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    ok thank you it was right!!!!!

  34. anonymous
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    no problem

  35. anonymous
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    :)

  36. anonymous
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    :)

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