The surface area of a prism is twice the area of the end plus the area of all the sides.
For a prism with a polygon cross-section the area of all the sides if given by the perimeter of the cross-section polygon multiplied by the length of the prism.
Assuming you have a prism of cross-section that is a rectangle with sides 4 mm and 3 mm, and is 15 mm long (ie it is an oblong), its surface area is:
→ surface_area = 2 × (4 mm × 3 mm) + 2 × (4 mm + 3 mm) × 15 mm
→ surface area = 2 × 12 mm² + 14 mm × 15 mm = 234 mm²
A rectangular prism with a length of 11m, width of 8m and height of 3m has a volume of 264m3
Yes, a square prism's height, length, and width are equal.
The area does not provide sufficient information to determine the length, width and height.
To determine the surface area of a rectangular prism, the two sides, adjacent sides, and ends of the prism must be added up. To do this, the sides are the product of the prism's length and height, the adjacent sides the width and height, and the ends the product of the length and width.
if length and width are doubled then the volume should mulitiply by 8
Area of the base (length x width) x height of prism
do the top width and length then the side the width and height then the front length and height add them together then multiply by 2 2LW + 2LH + 2WH
by dividing the length and the width