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Q: How do you find the dimensions of a rectangular prism if you have the surface area?

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136" sq

4*2*6=48

You can't derive the volume from the surface area.

If L is the length, H is the height, and W is the width of the rectangular prism, the surface area is: A = 2*L*H + 2*H*W + 2*W*L

it depends on which size it is and how much matter it contains

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Surface area = 2lw + 2wh + 2hl

Given the surface area of a rectangular prism, there are infinitely many rectangular prisms possible.

136 in.

For the same base dimensions (base area) and the same height, the rectangular prism has more surface area.

308 units cubed

The surface area of a cylinder prism has round shape and the surface of a rectangular prism has a square shape.

You can't tell the dimensions of a rectangle from its area, or the dimensions of a prism from its volume.

surface area of a rectangular prism is the formula: 2lw+2wh+2lh

5x4x4 Volume=80 Surface Area=112

if 3x4 is dimension of rectangle and 5 is the altitude, then, 49.035 sq. units is its surface area

432cm3

136" sq

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