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Mary made two rectangular prims figures with four-1 inch cubes. Which statement is true about the volumes and surface areas of the two figures.( there is figure A and figure B made out of four cubes but in different position )

A. The surface areas of Figures A and B are the same.
B. The volume of Figure A is greater than the volume of figure B.
C. The surface areas of Figure B is greater than the surface area o Figure A.
D. The volumes of Figure A and B are the same.

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    A and D are correct.

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