# Geometry

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The base of the prism is a rectangle with sides 13 m and 5 m in length. Find the lateral surface and surface area of the given prism.

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L = 13 m.
W = 5 m.
h = 5 m.(Assumed).

Al = (W*h)*2 + (L*h)*2.
Al = (5*5)*2 + (13*5)*2 = 180 m^2. =
Lateral area.

As = (W*h)*2 + (L*h)*2 +(L*W)*2. =
Surface area.

Also: As = Al + (L*W)*2.

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