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September 17, 2014

September 17, 2014

Posted by **Sara** on Wednesday, February 10, 2010 at 10:40pm.

There is a solid in my book, which is shaped like a cube/box. It has a piece cut out in the middle.

Top view: 25cm, and 35cm

Side view: 25cm and 25cm

Front View: 25 cm and 35 cm

The whole Surface Area for this solid is 4750cm. The cutout piece is in the middle. I am unable to explain further. All of you actually have to see the picture of this object.

You could go to math links 9 . com, and go to information centre. and then go to tour of text. It's on page xi. Where it says :each obect has been constructed from centimetre... But the problem is that you can't actually see it, because it's #7, and the figures are located below:-(

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