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Find the total surface area of the right trapezoidal prism, where *b*_{1} = 17, *b*_{2} = 12, *x* = 11, *y* = 9, and *h* = 16. The measurements are in feet.

Step 1

The given measures are *b*_{1} = 17, *b*_{2} = 12, *x* = 11, *y* = 9, and *h* = 16.

Total surface area of the right trapezoidal prism is sum of the 2 times of area of the trapezoidal bases and lateral surface area of the trapezoid.

Step 2

Obtain 2 times the area of the trapezoidal bases.

Step 3

Obtain lateral surface are...

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