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# Is it true that to find the surface area of a three dimensional figure you must find the area of each of its faces and then multiply them together?

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2016-04-10 00:36:04

False.To find the surface area of a three-dimensional figure, find the area of the faces and add them together.

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2016-04-10 00:36:04
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2016-04-10 00:37:34

Almost. The correction would be:

To find the surface area of a three dimensional figure you must find the area of each of its faces and then ADD THESE SIDE-AREAS together.

Anonymous

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2020-07-27 14:52:10

True, I hat-e wiki there always wrong

Landon Cube

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2021-03-18 20:28:55
Wrong he is correct I jus took the test

JORDAN CASSIDY

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2021-04-07 17:46:21
false it was false

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