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calculate the surface area of each prism.
length 9cm
width 4cm
hieght 8cm

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Vanessa,
the answer should be 288cm. for the surface area all you do is multiply lenght width and height

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Length * Width * Height = Volume rather than surface area.

What shape is the prism?

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