geometry

posted by .

the base of a right prism is a rhombus whose diagonals are 6 in and 8 in. The altitude of the prism measures 10 in. Find the lateral area and the total area of the prism.

  • geometr -

    AL =20 AT =60

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Geometry

    How do you go about finding the lateral area of a trianglar prism?
  2. geometry

    find the lateral area and the total surface area of the right prism if the base of the prism is a right triangle whole legs meausure 5in and 12 in . and the altitude of the prism measure 8 in.
  3. geometry

    basis of a right prism is a rhombus with a diagonal 8cm and 6cm.the prism height i is 12cm.find:a)the general area of prism.b)the side of prismsusurface.diagonals cutting surfaces.c)prism volume.
  4. geometry

    How do you find the lateral area and surface area of a right prism whose height is 10 ft and whose base is a rombus with diagonals 12 ft and 12sq root of 3 ( DON'T KNOW HOW TO PUT SQROOT 3 IN)
  5. Geometry

    A right prism has bases that are squares. The area of one base is 81 square feet. The lateral area of the prism is 144 square feet. What is the altitude of the prism.
  6. Geometry

    The base of a right prism 50 inches high is a rhombus, with diagonals 30 and 16 inches. Find the total surface area of the prism.
  7. math

    The base of a triangular prism is a right triangle whose legs are 7cm and 24 cm. The height of the prism is 30cm. What is lateral area of prism?
  8. Geometry

    The base of a right prism is a rhombus with a side of 10 cm and an altitude of 9.6 cm. Find the diagonals of the prism if the altitude of the prism is 12 cm.
  9. geometry please help!!!!

    The base of a right prism is isosceles trapezoid with legs c=d = 5 cm, bases a=8 cm and b=14 cm, and altitude of the trapezoid k=4 cm. The height of the prism h=10 cm. Find: Lateral area
  10. Math

    The base of the right prism is a rhombus with the side 7 cm. The altitude of the prism is h=13 cm. Find the lateral area of the prism.

More Similar Questions