The surface area of a space figure is the total area of all the faces of the figure
Surface area is all the areas for a 3 figure. Area is for only on side of a 3d figure
That depends on the figure whose surface area and volume you're finding. You could try a Google search for "volume of [figure name]" or "surface area of [figure name]".
You need to find the area of each two dimensional surface on the figure. Do you have a specific figure in mind?
Surface area concerns a 3-dimensional figure such as a cube or sphere. Area concerns a 2-dimensional figure such as a square or circle.
you need measurements to figure out surface area. the simplest way to figure out the whole area of a dodecahedron is to find the surface area of one pentagon, then multiply by 12 (the number of sides of a dodecahedron)
That's the area.
The "Surface Area" of the solid figure. Note, the word "total" in the answer above is not correct/needed - there can not be anything less than a surface area of a solid figure.
A quadrilateral does not have a surface area because it is not a voluminous figure.