the base of a truncated prism is a triangle with sides (in cm) 8, 12, and 10. if the heights are (in cm) 20, 18, and 12 respectively, what is its volume?

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the base of a truncated prism is a triangle with sides (in cm) 8, 12, and 10. if the heights are (in cm) 20, 18, and 12 respectively, what is its volume?

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please can you make a drawing of your prism?
|dw:1439804864096:dw|
is this right? im not sure how to put the heights given. i know it said respectively but im confused

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yes! I have the same problem!
I think that your prism is like below: |dw:1439805080062:dw|
namely, your prism is truncated by means of a plane which is not parallel to the plane which contains the base of your prism
oh, ok. so, what do i no next?
I'm working on your problem...
ok thanks. take your time.
It is not simple, in order to get your answer we can use the integral calculus in three dimensions
otherwise, you can draw your prism, using AutoCAD, and then there there is a command which allows to get the volume of such prism
oh shoot really? woah. thanks anyway! appreciate the help.
:) If you are familiar with integral calculus in three dimensions, I can help you in getting your answer
otherwise, please try to tag another helper
ill just try again later, there are still other questions i need to answer. haha. thanks anyway
believe me integral calculus in 3 dimensions is pretty hairy!!
is that the on where there's x and y and z and with the graphs and all, or no? haha
yes! we have to consider the equations of some planes
integral calc is very hard haha but im just trying to focus first on my solid mensuration
ok!
please try to tag another helper
oh boy, i dont want to get in on that. ill try to go back to this! haha. thanks again!
yup thanks. ill try to answer other questions first.
ok! thanks! :)

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