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  1. anonymous
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    @satellite73

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    where did this come from? thought it was probability

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    what do you mean?

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    find the total surface area of the box, then multiply that by \(0.7\)

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    how do i find the surface of the area

  7. anonymous
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    the area of a rectangle is base times height you know all the numbers you need for example, the rectangle in the front has base 11 and height 7, so the area is \(7\times 11=77\)

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    there is another rectangle (in the back) with the same base and height so has area \(77\) as well two more to go

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    you got those?

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    yep so i do 77 x 0.7 and ill get the answer?

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    total surface area=2(l*b+b*h+l*h)

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    @peachpi

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