Q: What is the surface area of a rectangular prism that is 3 yards 4 yard wide and 5 yards high?

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

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

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

Rectangular Prism surface area formula is Area = 2 (wh + lw + lh) (Length x width of a side) x 2 + (length x width of perpendicular side) x 2 + (length x width of end) x 2 = surface area of a rectangular prism

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

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Squared. When you find surface area, you are only finding the area of the shapes that make up the three-denominational shape.

I am not sure that a rectangular prism is in any position to care!

Suppose that the area of the rectangular base is: lw then if the height is: h the surface area is: lw + lh + wh I believe that formula is for the surface area of a rectangular prism...

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

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

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The surface area is 88.

Surface area = 2lw + 2wh + 2hl