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Q: How do you calculate the surface area of an equalaterial trinuglar based prism?

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You can solve this in two steps. 1) Calculate the length of a side of the square, based on the area. 2) Once you have the length of the side, you can calculate the perimeter.

It can be any whole number. You really can't calculate the numerator based on the denominator.

Please clarify what conversion factor you want to calculate, and based on what information. Some conversion factors are defined, not calculated; for example, the inch is defined to be exactly 25.4 mm.

You have left out part of the equation so there is no way of knowing what "n" may be or to calculate the final value.

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