2. T a. Students are sometimes confused about the difference between the surface area and the vohame of a box. Explain the two concepts in a way that could help students learn to distinguish between them. b. Determine the surface area and the volume of a closed box that is 5 in. wide, 4 in. deep, and 6 in. tall. Explain in detail why you calculate as you do.

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2. T
a. Students are sometimes confused about
the difference between the surface area
and the vohame of a box. Explain the two
concepts in a way that could help students
learn to distinguish between them.
b. Determine the surface area and the volume of
a closed box that is 5 in. wide, 4 in. deep, and
6 in. tall. Explain in detail why you calculate
as you do.

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2. T a. Students are sometimes confused about the difference between the surface area and the vohame of a box. Explain the two concepts in a way that could help students learn to distinguish between them. b. Determine the surface area and the volume of a closed box that is 5 in. wide, 4 in. deep, and 6 in. tall. Explain in detail why you calculate as you do.

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