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Q: To calculate the area of the front surface of a box you?

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Multiply the length by the height

It should be relatively easy to find the surface area of a box when you are given the surface area.

There's no such thing as "area of a box" unless you mean "surface area of a box." Length * width * height gives you the volume of a 3D box. Length * width gives area of a 2D rectangle. Surface area of a box can be found by calculating the area of each face and adding them together.

measure the sides of the box

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to calculate the area of the front surface of a box you should

height x length

Multiply the length by the height

height x length

multiply the height by the width

If it's just the front surface of a box then it's simply a 2D shape, the area can be calculated by multiplying the length by the width. Answer will be in units squared.

Measure the height and multiply it by the width.

You measure the sides, and multiply the top and side.

No. If you want the area of a single surface of a box, simply multiply the height by the width of the surface of interest.

You multiply the length times the width of the surface.

You cannot "calculate" the front of a box. You can calculate its dmensions, or its area but calculating it does not make sense. As for calculating its size or area, the answer will depend on what information you have and what you require.

Because a box has 6 faces, the "front surface" is not detailed enough. If you are referring to the surface perpendicular to the ground and is facing you, then you simply multiply the height of the box by the edge of the base on the front surface.

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