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what is the lateral surface area of a right hexagonal prism whose base is a regular hexagon with sides measuring 8 incheslong and altitude measuring 6 inches tall

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lateral surface is perimeter*height. a hexagon's perimeter with a side of 8 inches= 48. to find the lateral area do 48*6.

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