VZ= 11cm, SV= 12cm, and UV= 26cm. What is the surface area of the prism?
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The figures suggest a rectangular prism: length=26cm, rectangular cross-section=11 by 12cm.

Surface area=

2(length*width+length*height+width*height)=

2(26*12+26*11+12*11)=2(312+286+132)=2*730=1460sq cm.

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