i have a right hexagonal prism

and i need to find the SA and the volume for it

what formula do i use?

a regualr prism formula?

thanks

my test is tomorrow in the morning

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- May 15th 2008, 09:24 PMshiloa right hexagonal prism
i have a right hexagonal prism

and i need to find the SA and the volume for it

what formula do i use?

a regualr prism formula?

thanks

my test is tomorrow in the morning - May 15th 2008, 10:05 PMTheEmptySet
Please don't bump your post. People will help if they can

The Volume is the area of the base multiplied by the height

The area of a Regular hexagon(all sides and angles equal) with side length l is

The surface area is given by the formula

where l is the side length of the hexagon and h is the height.

I hope this helps

Good luck. - May 16th 2008, 06:58 AMSoroban
Hello, shilo!

Quote:

i have a right hexagonal prism,

and i need to find the SA and the volume for it.

what formula do i use?

**not**include such a sloppy question . . .

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* A *

| * - * |

| | | |

| | | | h

| | | |

| | | |

* | | *

* - *

We know nothing about the hexagon.

We must be given its perimeter , and its area

. . (or be given enough information so we can find and .)

The height is perpendicular to the two hexagonal bases.

The surface area consists of the top and bottom: .

. . and the lateral area: .

Therefore, the total surface area is: .

The volume is (area of base) × (height): .