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Q: The length of each side of a square prism is one foot find the total surface area of this objwct?

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Yes, a square prism's height, length, and width are equal.

520 square units

63 sq. In.

If a rectangular prism has length L, width W and height H units, then its total surface area is 2*(LW + WH + HL) square units.

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It is not possible to answer the question since a square prism can have any length.

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This square prism is a cube with six sides, each having an area of one square foot. Thus, the total surface area is six square feet.

You can think of a square prism as a die, having six sides. So you need the length of one side, 's'. That side's [surface] area is s2 With six sides, the cube's surface area is simply: 6s2

Yes, a square prism's height, length, and width are equal.

Assuming that the prism is a rectangular prism, even though there is no justification for making that assumption, the answer is 488 square units of length.

520 square units

63 sq. In.

If a rectangular prism has length L, width W and height H units, then its total surface area is 2*(LW + WH + HL) square units.

Okay, the last person who edited this, totally screwed up. The formula to find the surface area of a square prism is 2B+Ph, multiply the length of the width of the base to get the area, then multiply that by two. After you have multiplied the base twice, et the perimeter of the base and multiply it by the height of the square prism.

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Assuming you mean a rectangular prism, you get the smallest surface area if the prism is a cube. You can calculate the required length of side to get that volume; then, based on that, the corresponding surface area.