
Directions: Read carefully.
1. 
The dimensions of a right, rectangular prism are shown at the right. Find the surface area, in square units. 


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2. 
This net shows the dimensions, in inches, of a right, regular, triangular pyramid (where all triangles are equilateral). The height has been rounded to the nearest tenth. Find the surface area of this pyramid, in square inches.


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3. 
A right, rectangular prism box needs to be covered in wrapping paper for mailing. The closed box measures 2 feet by 2 feet by 3 feet.
a) What is the surface area of the box that will need to be covered?
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b) A string needs to be placed around the box as shown. What is the minimum amount of string needed to make the two wraps as shown? Allow an additional 12 inches for tying the string.
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4. 
The drawing shows the dimensions of a mouse's slice of cheese. It is in the form of a right triangular prism. The mouse wants to wrap the cheese for his girlfriend. Find the least amount of wrapping needed to cover the cheese on all sides.
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5. 
A net for a right rectangular prism is shown at the right. The surface area of each face is given. In centimeters, what are the dimensions of this prism?
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6. 
Find the surface area, in square centimeters, of this right, square pyramid with a base side of 14 cm. The slant height of the lateral side is 10 cm.
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7. 
Angela got the puppy she wanted for her birthday. The puppy was carried home in an open box measuring 1 foot in length, by 1½ feet in width, by 1 foot in height. How many square feet of wrapping paper was needed to wrap the outside and the inside of the box for this special occasion?
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8. 
The net of a right, triangular prism is shown at the right.
a) Find AB, in inches.
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b) Find the surface area of this prism, in square inches.
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9. 
A container is designed as shown at the left. The bottom is a square prism and the top is a square pyramid. Find the surface area of the figure in square inches.
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10. 
Find the surface area, in square feet.
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