anonymous
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What is the surface area of the cube shown below? Select the best answer from the choices provided. 864 mm2 144 mm2 576 mm2 1,152 mm2
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anonymous
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where is the cube?
anonymous
  • anonymous
It wouldn't attach the file , hold on x.x
anonymous
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anonymous
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tell me which multiple choice question it is!!!!
dan815
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there are 6 sides on a cube
dan815
  • dan815
each side's area is 17*17 = length *with there are 6 of those , so 6*(17*17) =?
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the surafce area of the cube is equal: \[A=6a^2\] where a is the side of the cube.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so just substitute 12 instead of a, and solve. you will get 864 mm squared
anonymous
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@ksanka Thanks again .
anonymous
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np :)

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