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divide surface area by width


It is a little more complicated than that.

Surface area = (2 X length X width) + (2 X length X height) + (2 X width X height)

Solve for height

Surface area - (2 X length X width) = 2height(length + width)

(Surface area - (2 X length X width))/2(length + width) = height

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