Problem Statement: ME Board April 1996
Determine the volume of a right truncated triangular prism with the following definitions: Let the corners of the triangular base be defined by A, B and C. The length of AB = 10 ft., BC = 9 ft. and CA = 12 ft. The sides A, B and C are perpendicular to the triangular base and have the height of 8.6 ft., 7.1 ft. and 5.5 ft. respectively.
- A. 413 ft3
- B. 311 ft3
- C. 313 ft3
- D. 391 ft3
The volume of a right truncated triangular prism is 311 cu. ft.
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