This site doesn't show figures, so nobody can understand your question.
you need measurements to figure out surface area. the simplest way to figure out the whole area of a dodecahedron is to find the surface area of one pentagon, then multiply by 12 (the number of sides of a dodecahedron)
It is the area of its foot-print.
If it's a 3 dimensional shape then it is volume otherwise it is surface area
A a solid figure on a flat surface is a plane figure (I do believe)
the surface inscribed in a plan figure
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The surface area of a space figure is the total area of all the faces of the figure
Yeah, figure out the pattern before just going on them.
That depends on the figure whose surface area and volume you're finding. You could try a Google search for "volume of [figure name]" or "surface area of [figure name]".
You need to find the area of each two dimensional surface on the figure. Do you have a specific figure in mind?
The flat surface of a solid figure is called a face. For example, a rectangular prism has 6 flat surfaces and therefore 6 faces.
the flat surfaces of a solid figure are the
A plane figure.
One of the figure which has no flat surface is Sphere.