Please help me! Use the net to find the surface area of the prism. (8in, 15in, 17in, 9in)

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Please help me! Use the net to find the surface area of the prism. (8in, 15in, 17in, 9in)

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Please post the diagram. Thanks.
My friend just asked me this so it would be 480 in cubed i pretty sure cuz area is squared and surface area is cubed. you can always go to Google and type in what calculator you want (ex. surface area of a trianular prism) and it should come up! 8∗15∗17∗9=480
How do you know what type prism this is without a diagram?

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This is how it looks like but just the numbers are switched
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