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Problem 830

Find the surface area of a regular tetrahedron when each edge is of length a) \(1 ;\) b) 2 .

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a) The surface area of a regular tetrahedron with edge length 1 is \( \sqrt{3} \) square units.
b) The surface area of a regular tetrahedron with edge length 2 is \( 4\sqrt{3} \) square units.

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