Pyramids, prisms, cylinders and cones
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Pyramids, prisms, cylinders and cones

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    Carina S.
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    Carina S.

    Stop being ungrateful! Yes it is wrong - lets make them aware of it and hopefully they will correct it.

    Anna L.
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    Anna L.

    Barely anybody uses the Comments section these days. Anyway, I think this course would be better if it was more colorful and if it explained things better.

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    Fadekemi A.

    How do you find the total surface area of a trapezium

    Scott W.
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    Scott W.

    Pretty sure to find the circumference of a circle you use C = 2πr, not A = C • h. Or am I missing something?

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