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ISBN: 9781337614085

Chapter 9.4, Problem 17E

Textbook Problem

Find the total area (surface area) of a regular hexahedron if each edge has a length of 4.2 cm.

Elementary Geometry For College Students, 7e

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Ch. 9.1 - Consider the solid shown. a Does it appear to be a...Ch. 9.1 - Consider the solid shown. a Does it appear to be a...Ch. 9.1 - Consider the hexagonal prism shown in Exercise 1....Ch. 9.1 - Consider the triangular prism shown in Exercise 2....Ch. 9.1 - If each edge of the hexagonal prism in Exercise 1...Ch. 9.1 - If each edge of the triangular prism in Exercise...Ch. 9.1 - Suppose that each of the bases of the hexagonal...Ch. 9.1 - Suppose that each of the bases of the triangular...Ch. 9.1 - Suppose that each of bases of the hexagonal prism...Ch. 9.1 - Suppose that each of the bases of the triangular...

Ch. 9.1 - A solid is an octagonal prism. a How many vertices...Ch. 9.1 - A solid is a pentagonal prism. a How many vertices...Ch. 9.1 - Generalize the results found in Exercise 11 and 12...Ch. 9.1 - In the accompanying regular pentagonal prism,...Ch. 9.1 - In the regular pentagonal prism shown above,...Ch. 9.1 - For the right triangular prism, suppose that the...Ch. 9.1 - For the right triangular prism found in Exercise...Ch. 9.1 - Given that 100 cm =1 m, find the number of cubic...Ch. 9.1 - Given that 12 in. =1 ft, find the number of cubic...Ch. 9.1 - Find the volume and the surface area of a closed...Ch. 9.1 - Find the volume and the surface area of a closed...Ch. 9.1 - A cereal box measures 2 in. by 8 in. by 10 in....Ch. 9.1 - The measures of the sides of the square base of a...Ch. 9.1 - For a given box, the height measures 4 m. If the...Ch. 9.1 - For the box shown, the total area is 94 cm2....Ch. 9.1 - If the volume of the box is 252 in3, find the...Ch. 9.1 - The box with dimensions indicated is to be...Ch. 9.1 - A hollow steel door is 32 in. wide by 80 in. tall...Ch. 9.1 - A storage shed is in the shape of a pentagonal...Ch. 9.1 - A storage shed is in the shape of a trapezoidal...Ch. 9.1 - A cube is a right square prism in which all edges...Ch. 9.1 - Use the formulas and drawing in Exercise 31 to...Ch. 9.1 - When the length of each edge of a cube is...Ch. 9.1 - The numerical value of the volume of a cube equals...Ch. 9.1 - The sum of the lengths of all edges of a cube is...Ch. 9.1 - Alekzio plans to pour a 4 in. thick concrete pad....Ch. 9.1 - Zaidah plans a raised flower bed 2 ft high by 12...Ch. 9.1 - In excavating for a new house, the Philpott...Ch. 9.1 - Kristine creates an open box by cutting congruent...Ch. 9.1 - As in Exercise 39, find the volume of the box if...Ch. 9.1 - For Exercise 41 to 44, 1 ft3 of liquid corresponds...Ch. 9.1 - For Exercise 41 to 44, 1 ft3 of liquid corresponds...Ch. 9.1 - For Exercise 41 to 44, 1 ft3 of liquid corresponds...Ch. 9.1 - For Exercise 41 to 44, 1 ft3 of liquid corresponds...Ch. 9.1 - For Exercise 45 to 47, consider the oblique...Ch. 9.1 - For Exercise 45 to 47, consider the oblique...Ch. 9.1 - For Exercise 45 to 47, consider the oblique...Ch. 9.1 - It can be shown that the length of a diagonal of a...Ch. 9.1 - A diagonal of a cube joins two vertices so that...Ch. 9.2 - In Exercises 1 to 4, name the solid that is shown....Ch. 9.2 - In Exercises 1 to 4, name the solid that is shown....Ch. 9.2 - In Exercises 1 to 4, name the solid that is shown....Ch. 9.2 - In Exercises 1 to 4, name the solid that is shown....Ch. 9.2 - In the solid shown, base ABCD is a square. a Is...Ch. 9.2 - In the pyramid shown in Exercise 6 on page 416,...Ch. 9.2 - Consider the square pyramid in Exercise 5. a How...Ch. 9.2 - Consider the hexagonal pyramid in Exercise 6. a...Ch. 9.2 - Suppose that the lateral faces of the pyramid in...Ch. 9.2 - Suppose that the base of the hexagonal pyramid in...Ch. 9.2 - Suppose that the base of the square pyramid in...Ch. 9.2 - Suppose that the base of the hexagonal pyramid in...Ch. 9.2 - Assume that the number of sides in the base of a...Ch. 9.2 - Refer to the prisms of Exercises 1 and 2. Which of...Ch. 9.2 - Refer to the pyramids of Exercises 3 and 4. Which...Ch. 9.2 - Refer to the prisms of Exercises 1 and 2. Which of...Ch. 9.2 - Refer to the pyramids of Exercises 3 and 4. Which...Ch. 9.2 - Consider any regular pyramid. Indicate which line...Ch. 9.2 - Consider any regular pyramid. Indicate which line...Ch. 9.2 - In Exercises 20 and 21, use Theorem 9.2.1 in which...Ch. 9.2 - In Exercises 20 and 21, use Theorem 9.2.1 in which...Ch. 9.2 - In a regular pentagonal pyramid, each lateral edge...Ch. 9.2 - In a regular pentagonal pyramid, each base edge...Ch. 9.2 - For the regular square pyramid shown, suppose that...Ch. 9.2 - For the regular square pyramid shown, suppose that...Ch. 9.2 - The figure below is a regular hexagonal pyramid. a...Ch. 9.2 - For a regular square pyramid, suppose that the...Ch. 9.2 - For a regular square pyramid, the slant height of...Ch. 9.2 - A church steeple in the shape of a regular square...Ch. 9.2 - Before the shingles of the steeple see Exercise 29...Ch. 9.2 - A teepee is constructed by using 12 poles. The...Ch. 9.2 - For its occupants to be protected from the...Ch. 9.2 - The street departments storage building, which is...Ch. 9.2 - The foyer planned as an addition to an existing...Ch. 9.2 - The exhaust chute on a wood chipper has the shape...Ch. 9.2 - A popcorn container at a movie theatre has the...Ch. 9.2 - A regular tetrahedron is a regular triangular...Ch. 9.2 - Each edge of a regular tetrahedron see Exercise 37...Ch. 9.2 - Exercise 39 and 40 are based upon the uniqueness...Ch. 9.2 - Exercise 39 and 40 are based upon the uniqueness...Ch. 9.2 - Consider the accompanying figure. When the four...Ch. 9.2 - Find the volume of the regular square pyramid that...Ch. 9.2 - Where e1 and e2 are the lengths of two...Ch. 9.2 - Use the information from Exercise 43 to find the...Ch. 9.2 - A hexagonal pyramid not regular with base ABCDEF...Ch. 9.3 - Does a right circular cylinder such as an aluminum...Ch. 9.3 - Does a right circular cone such as a wizards cap...Ch. 9.3 - For the right circular cylinder, r=3.2 cm and...Ch. 9.3 - For the right circular cylinder, r=1.75 in. and...Ch. 9.3 - For the right circular cylinder, suppose that r=5...Ch. 9.3 - Suppose that r=12 cm and h=15 cm in the right...Ch. 9.3 - The tin can shown at the right has the indicated...Ch. 9.3 - What is the volume of the tin can? If it contains...Ch. 9.3 - If the exact volume of a right circular cylinder...Ch. 9.3 - Suppose that the volume of an aluminum can is to...Ch. 9.3 - For an aluminum can, the lateral surface area is...Ch. 9.3 - Find the height of a storage tank in the shape of...Ch. 9.3 - Find the volume of the oblique circular cylinder....Ch. 9.3 - A cylindrical orange juice container has metal...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 15 to 20, use that fact that r2+h2=l2...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 15 to 20, use that fact that r2+h2=l2...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 15 to 20, use that fact that r2+h2=l2...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 15 to 20, use that fact that r2+h2=l2...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 15 to 20, use that fact that r2+h2=l2...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 15 to 20, use that fact that r2+h2=l2...Ch. 9.3 - The oblique circular cone has an altitude and a...Ch. 9.3 - For the accompanying right circular cone, h=6 m...Ch. 9.3 - For the right circular cone shown in Exercise 22,...Ch. 9.3 - Rukia discovers that the teepee with a circular...Ch. 9.3 - A rectangle has dimensions of 6 in. by 3 in. Find...Ch. 9.3 - A rectangle has dimensions of 6in. by 3 in. Find...Ch. 9.3 - A triangle has sides that measure 15 cm, 20 cm,...Ch. 9.3 - A triangle has sides that measure 15 cm, 20 cm,...Ch. 9.3 - A triangle has sides that measure 15 cm, 20 cm,...Ch. 9.3 - Where r is the length of the radius of a sphere,...Ch. 9.3 - If a right circular cone has a circular base with...Ch. 9.3 - A right circular cone has a slant height of 12 ft...Ch. 9.3 - A solid is formed by cutting a conical section...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 34 and 35, give a paragraph proof for...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 34 and 35, give a paragraph proof for...Ch. 9.3 - For a right circular cone, the slant height has a...Ch. 9.3 - For a right circular cone, the ratio of the slant...Ch. 9.3 - If the length of the radius and the height of a...Ch. 9.3 - For the two similar cylinders in Exercise 38, what...Ch. 9.3 - For a right circular cone, the dimensions are r=6...Ch. 9.3 - A cylindrical storage tank has a depth of 5 ft and...Ch. 9.3 - If the tank in Exercises 41 needs to be painted...Ch. 9.3 - A frustum of a cone is the portion of the cone...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 44 and 45, use the formula from...Ch. 9.3 - In Exercises 44 and 45, use the formula from...Ch. 9.3 - An oil refinery has storage tanks in the shape of...Ch. 9.3 - Richard has a fuel tank in the shape of a right...Ch. 9.3 - When radii OA and OB are placed so that they...Ch. 9.3 - A lawn roller in the shape of a right circular...Ch. 9.4 - Which of these two polyhedrons is concave? Note...Ch. 9.4 - For Figure a of Exercise 1, find the number of...Ch. 9.4 - For figure b of Exercise 1, find the number of...Ch. 9.4 - For a regular tetrahedron, find the number of...Ch. 9.4 - For a regular hexahedron, find the number of...Ch. 9.4 - A regular polyhedron has 12 edges and 8 vertices....Ch. 9.4 - A regular polyhedron has 12 edges and 6 vertices....Ch. 9.4 - A polyhedron not regular has 10 vertices and 7...Ch. 9.4 - A polyhedron not regular has 14 vertices and 21...Ch. 9.4 - In Exercises 10 to 12, the probability is the...Ch. 9.4 - In Exercises 10 to 12, the probability is the...Ch. 9.4 - In Exercises 10 to 12, the probability is the...Ch. 9.4 - In sphere O, the length of radius OP- is 6 in....Ch. 9.4 - Find the approximate surface area and volume of...Ch. 9.4 - Find the total area surface area of a regular...Ch. 9.4 - Find the total area surface area of a regular...Ch. 9.4 - Find the total area surface area of a regular...Ch. 9.4 - Find the total area surface area of a regular...Ch. 9.4 - The total area surface area of a regular...Ch. 9.4 - The total area surface area of a regular...Ch. 9.4 - Find the approximate volume of a sphere with...Ch. 9.4 - Find the approximate volume of a sphere with...Ch. 9.4 - The surface of a soccer ball is composed of 12...Ch. 9.4 - A calendar is determined by using each of the 12...Ch. 9.4 - A sphere is inscribed within a right circular...Ch. 9.4 - In calculus, it can be shown that the largest...Ch. 9.4 - Given that a regular polyhedron of n faces is...Ch. 9.4 - A right circular cone is inscribed in a sphere. If...Ch. 9.4 - A sphere is inscribed in a right circular cone...Ch. 9.4 - In Exercises 31 and 32, use the calculator value...Ch. 9.4 - In Exercises 31 and 32, use the calculator value...Ch. 9.4 - A sphere has a volume equal to 997in3. Determine...Ch. 9.4 - A sphere has a surface area equal to 154in2....Ch. 9.4 - The spherical storage tank described in Example 5...Ch. 9.4 - An observatory has the shape of a right circular...Ch. 9.4 - A leather soccer ball has an inside diameter...Ch. 9.4 - An ice cream cone is filled with ice cream as...Ch. 9.4 - For Exercises 39 to 44, make drawings as needed....Ch. 9.4 - For Exercises 39 to 44, make drawings as needed....Ch. 9.4 - For Exercises 39 to 44, make drawings as needed....Ch. 9.4 - For Exercises 39 to 44, make drawings as needed....Ch. 9.4 - For Exercises 39 to 44, make drawings as needed....Ch. 9.4 - For Exercises 39 to 44, make drawings as needed....Ch. 9.4 - Suppose that a semicircular region with a vertical...Ch. 9.4 - Suppose that a semicircular region with vertical...Ch. 9.4 - Sketch the torus that results when the given...Ch. 9.4 - Sketch the solid that results when the given...Ch. 9.4 - Explain how the following formula used in Example...Ch. 9.4 - Derive a formula for the total surface area of the...Ch. 9.CR - Each side of the base of a right octagonal prism...Ch. 9.CR - The base of a right prism is a triangle whose...Ch. 9.CR - The height of a square box is 2 in. more than...Ch. 9.CR - The base of a right prism is a rectangle whose...Ch. 9.CR - The base of a right prism is a triangle whose...Ch. 9.CR - The base of a right prism is a regular hexagon...Ch. 9.CR - A regular square pyramid has a base whose sides...Ch. 9.CR - A regular hexagonal pyramid has a base whose sides...Ch. 9.CR - The radius of the base of a right circular cone...Ch. 9.CR - The diameter of the base of a right circular cone...Ch. 9.CR - The slant height of a regular square pyramid...Ch. 9.CR - The base of a regular pyramid is an equilateral...Ch. 9.CR - The radius length of the base of a right circular...Ch. 9.CR - a For the through in the shape of half-cylinder,...Ch. 9.CR - The slant height of a right circular cone is 12...Ch. 9.CR - The volume of the right circular cone is 96 in. If...Ch. 9.CR - Find the surface area of a sphere if the radius...Ch. 9.CR - Find the volume of a sphere if the diameter has...Ch. 9.CR - The solid shown consists of a hemisphere half of a...Ch. 9.CR - If the radius length of one sphere is three times...Ch. 9.CR - Find the volume of the solid of revolution that...Ch. 9.CR - Find the exact volume of the solid of revolution...Ch. 9.CR - Find the exact volume of the solid of revolution...Ch. 9.CR - A plastic pipe is 3 ft long and has an inside...Ch. 9.CR - A sphere with a diameter length of 14 in. is...Ch. 9.CR - a A regular octahedron has _________________ faces...Ch. 9.CR - A drug manufacturing company wants to manufacture...Ch. 9.CR - For each of the following solids, verify Eulers...Ch. 9.CR - Find the volume of cement used in the block shows.Ch. 9.CR - Given a die in the shape of a regular octahedron,...Ch. 9.CR - Find the total surface area of a a regular...Ch. 9.CR - Three spheres are externally tangent to each other...Ch. 9.CT - For the regular pentagonal prism shown below, find...Ch. 9.CT - For the regular pentagonal base, each edge...Ch. 9.CT - For the regular square pyramid shown, find the...Ch. 9.CT - For the regular square pyramid shown above, find a...Ch. 9.CT - For the regular square pyramid shown, find the...Ch. 9.CT - Find the height of the regular square pyramid...Ch. 9.CT - Find the volume of the regular square pyramid...Ch. 9.CT - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 9.CT - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 9.CT - Recall Eulers equations, V+F=E+2. For a certain...Ch. 9.CT - Find the slant height of the right circular cone...Ch. 9.CT - For the right circular cylinder shown, r=4 cm and...Ch. 9.CT - The exact volume of a right circular cone not...Ch. 9.CT - Assume that a die used for gaming is in the shape...Ch. 9.CT - A spherical storage tank filled with water has a...Ch. 9.CT - A pump moves water at a rate of 8ft3 per minute....

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