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Q: What is the total area of all the surfaces of an object?

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Surface area

Depends on the shape and size of the object.

on a 3D object to find the surface is to look on all flat surfaces. yourwelcome

Cube has 6 surfaces Each surface is 812 x 812 = 659344 square inches All 6 surfaces will total 659344 x 6 = 3956064 square inches

It's the length times the width times the height.No that is the volume!The surface area of a three dimensional object is easy to calculate if it has rectangular surfaces (like a cube) and slightly more complicated if it does not but is a regular solid (like a tetrahedron or dodecahedron) (one with all the sides the same size)Any irregular two dimensional object can be broken up into tiny squares and the area of each and every square added together.

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It is called "the total surface area".

It is the total of all of the areas on the exterior of a three-dimensional object.

Total surface are is the sum of the areas of all the sides of a three-dimensional object.

It is the sum of the area of all the surfaces. There is no single formula - it will depend on the shape.

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