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How can you find the surface area of a composite solid made up of prisms?

I am confused on this and have never done this.

  1. bobpursley

    Find the surface area of the composite solid. The solid is made up of a prisms and another prism. Use the surface area formulas for the prisms, but do not include the areas of the sides that overlap.

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