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What is the lateral area of the rectangular prism with a base length of 14 m, a base width of 9 m, and a height of 6 m?
The lateral area = surface area not including the bases.
To find the lateral area we need to add up the area of all thoes sides
The 2 bases are the same area and defined by the length and width
That leaves the 2 sides defined by length and height plus the 2 defined by length and height
14 x 6 = 84(length x width)
9 x 6 = 54
2 x 84 + 2 x 54= 276m^2
To find this area we just need to add up the area of all of those sides.
The 2 bases are the same area and defined by the length and width.
That leaves the 2 sides defined by length and height,
plus the 2 defined by width and height.
Of course, to find the area of a rectangle, we just multiply together its two dimensions.
length × height = 14 × 6 = 84
width × height = 9 × 6 = 54
2 × 84 + 2 × 54 = 276 m²
start with a line segment pq that we will copy. mark a point r that will be one endpoint of the new line segment. set the compasses' point on the point p of the line segment to be copied. adjust the compasses' width to the point q. the compasses' width is now equal to the length of the line segment pq.