Q: How do you find area of a figure?

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You need to find the area of each two dimensional surface on the figure. Do you have a specific figure in mind?

Im sorry but I can not find the area. There are many reasons why I can not. The biggest reason is because I CAN NOT SEE THE FIGURE.

If the figure is a rectangle, the area is 60. If the figure is a triangle, the area is 30.

you add the area

you would find the area of each side and then add them together

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Im sorry but I can not find the area. There are many reasons why I can not. The biggest reason is because I CAN NOT SEE THE FIGURE.

If the figure is a rectangle, the area is 60. If the figure is a triangle, the area is 30.

you add the area

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NO. This is the way to get the volume of a prism, not the surface area of any three-dimensional figure. To find the surface area of a three-dimensional figure, you must find the area of each of its faces and then add the side-areas together.

TRUE: To find the surface area of a three dimensional figure, you must find the area of each of its faces and then add them together.