# Ping-Pong Ball Business Sell By Sean J, Eric S. Darius H. Donavon T. Tyrell C. Christian S.and Cesar N.

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Ping-Pong Ball Business Sell By Sean J, Eric S. Darius H. Donavon T. Tyrell C. Christian S.and Cesar N.

First of all First we have to figure out the V=volume, and SA=surface area of all of the shapes on the bottom of the screen; a cylinder, rectangular prism, and a triangular prism.

Formula of the Cylinder A Cylinder is a three- dimensions shape with two opposite faces that are congruent circles. The sides (lateral surface) is a rectangle that is “wrapped around” the circular faces at the end. To calculate the surface area, we use 2  r 2 + 2  rH. The volume can be found using  r 2 H.

Formula of the rectangular prism * A prism with a top and a bottom (base) that are congruent rectangles. *First, to find the V=volume we have to use the equation L*H*W. *Then to find the surface area you have to use 2(L*W)+2(L*H)+2(W*H) and then it will tell us the total area of the shape.

Formula of the triangular prism The formula for finding the surface area of a triangular prism is 2(.5*h*l)+3(h*w). It’s a triangle with three rectangular faces that are perpendicular to the triangle faces of the prism. The volume can be found by using.5*h*l*h.