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Q: What is the surface area of the prism where B equals 8 m P equals 3 m H equals 6 m?

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Type your answer hereThe surface area of a prism is square root of 3* a 2 /4 + 3*a*h where a is edge of equilateral triangle and h is height of prism

No the area is when you are dealing with a 2-dimensional figure. Surface area formulas vary depending on if the object is a rectangular prism, a pyramid, a cone, or a triangular prism. a.k.a. the object needs to be 3-D to have a surface area.

14 square feet

half of base times height

11cm

The prism is a three dimensional object. 3-D objects do not just have area. They have something call surface area, which is the amount of around on the surface of the object. 3-D objects also have volume. Volume is the amount of space inside the object. You can not work out the surface area of volume of just a prism. There are many many prisms out there. Prisms have many shapes and sizes.

The formula for the area of a right prism is: Total surface area = area of one square + area of four triangles which equals = length2 + 4 ( 1/2 * base * height) The volume of a right prism is equal to: V = 1/3 (length * breadth) * perpendicular height Note: In the formula for the volume the length * breadth refers to the base.

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164 square units.

62 square feet

The surface of a rectangular prism would be 60 yards. This is use in math.

it is when you for example==== surface area = 2(6)(4) + 2(6)(3) + 2(4)(3) = 108 in. square surface area of a solid is the sum of the areas of the outside surfaces of a solid

Assuming the cross-section is an equilateral triangle with sides of 'a' and the length is 'b' the surface area will be 3ab + SQRT(3).a2

V = 8 * 4 * 3 = 48 m3 A = 2*(8*4 + 4*3 + 3*8) = 2*(32 + 12 + 24) = 2*68 = 136 m2

Because it's a 3 dimensional shape that has surface area and volume.

The surface area of a prism is twice the area of the end plus the area of all the sides. For a prism with a polygon cross-section the area of all the sides if given by the perimeter of the cross-section polygon multiplied by the length of the prism. Assuming you have a prism of cross-section that is a rectangle with sides 4 mm and 3 mm, and is 15 mm long (ie it is an oblong), its surface area is: → surface_area = 2 × (4 mm × 3 mm) + 2 × (4 mm + 3 mm) × 15 mm → surface area = 2 × 12 mm² + 14 mm × 15 mm = 234 mm²

Known as a dodecahedron, the formula for the surface area = 3×√(25+10×√5) × (Edge Length)2

The surface area of a cylinder if the radius is 3 and the height is 11 equals 263.9 square units.

A prism is a polyhedron with two parallel bases bounded by congruent polygons and with lateral faces bounded by parallelograms that connect the corresponding sides of the bases. The height of a prism is any perpendicular line drawn from a point on one base to the other base. If the the bases' shape of a prism is a triangle, we call it a triangular prism (it has 3 faces). The surface area is the sum of the bases' area and the faces' area (lateral area).

A rectangular pyramid you use 1/3 or divide 3 in the product but a triangular prism you use 1/2 or divide 2 on the product.

Triangular Prism: (Breadth x Height) + (3 x Length x Breadth) By Austin from a Christian school in Belrose

Triangular Prism: (Breadth x Height) + (3 x Length x Breadth) By Austin from a Christian school in Belrose

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Triangular Prism: (Breadth x Height) + (3 x Length x Breadth) By Austin from a Christian school in Belrose, NSW

Work out each area of the 5 faces individually and then add them together.