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There is a picture with stacked cubes that are each 2inches.
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++
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++++ +=the pic i have of cubes=(+=2in cube)
Each side of a cube in the diagram measures 2 inches. What is the total surface area and volume of the solid?
I did A=s squared A=2 squared
A= 4inch squared
SA= 4(36)= 144inch squared
V=lw10
v=2(2)10 = 40 inch cubed
is this correct?
front and back of the tower=20
side=4 bottom=4 side#2=4 top=4
all together =36, this is how I came up with my numbers. Hopefully, I did it correctly. Thanks for checking this

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