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The volume of a hexagonal prism is 12 in3. What is the height of the prism if the base area is 3 in3?
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The height of an equilateral triangular prism decreases by two units. The new volume is less than the original by how much?
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What is the lateral area of a triangular prism with base edges all equaling 4 feet and a height of 10 feet?
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What is the lateral area of a triangular prism with base edges all equaling 4 feet and a height of 10 feet?
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