to calculate the area of the front surface of a box you should
It should be relatively easy to find the surface area of a box when you are given the surface area.
The surface area of a box is the sum of the areas of the individual faces. If that's what you said, then there is no difference.
There's no such thing as "area of a box" unless you mean "surface area of a box." Length * width * height gives you the volume of a 3D box. Length * width gives area of a 2D rectangle. Surface area of a box can be found by calculating the area of each face and adding them together.
No, they are two different things. Area encompasses the total object while Surface Area only encompasses what it implies. For instance, if you had a box, the Area would be the total size of the box, while Surface Area would only indicate the size of the top of the box. no. area is Lenth times width and surface area is what the area of the whole object.
measure the sides of the box
The front surface of a box is a rectangle. If you only need the area of the front surface, then it doesn't even matter what it's part of. Multiply the width of the surface by its height. The answer is its area.
Alex wants to know how much gift wrap to use to wrap a box. Is that surface,area, volume
Add all the area of six faces of the box in gerneral the surface area of a cube shape box is 6a2 and of cuboid is 2(lb x bh x hl)
No. If you want the area of a single surface of a box, simply multiply the height by the width of the surface of interest.