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Use a formula to find the surface area of the square pyramid.
A pyramid labeled with a height of 6 feet and base of 3 feet.
A. 45 ft2
B. 81 ft2
C. 36 ft2
D. 72 ft2

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  1. so, did you use your formula?
    What did you get?

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