A new concrete pedestal has the dimensions of 3ft, 9ft, and 8ft. What is the surface area of the pedestal?
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You can determine the surface area of the pedestal—a rectangular prism—using known dimensions by first calculating the area of each of the pedestal's six faces. Keep in mind that half of the faces of a...
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