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    Lateral Surface Area of A Triangular Prism

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachLee View Post
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    it is the length of the prism squared, I suppose we'll call that: x^2, for one of the sides (rectangular faces)
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    Thank you!

    You saved homework time tonite. thanx!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachLee View Post
    You saved homework time tonite. thanx!!
    I'm extremely sorry, but what I should have said is that the Area of a rectangular side is xy where x is the length of the prism, and y is the length of one of the base edges.
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