Prism bases

Volume perpendicular quadrilateral prism is 360 cm3. The edges of the base and height of the prism are in the ratio 5:4:2 Determine the area of the base and walls of the prism.

Result

S1 =  86.535 cm2
S2 =  34.614 cm2
S3 =  43.267 cm2

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