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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

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A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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Q: How do you find out the surface area in this problem dealing with cones?
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How do you find the surface area of pyramids and cones and spheres?

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What is the formulae for surface area and volume for pyramids and cones?

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How are the surface area formulas of cones and cylinders similar?

They both depend on circumference not perimeter.

The lateral surface area of cone A is equal to the lateral surface area of cylinder B.?

It is possible for some cones A and cylinders B. But in general, the assertion is false.

Is surface area area or perimeter?

Surface Area is technically the same as area if we are dealing with 2-dimensional surfaces. But, it is mostly used to find an area of a 3-dimensional object.

Surface area of pryamids and cones?

The surface area of a cone: SA = pi*r² + pi*r*s (r is radius, s is slant height) The surface area of a pyramid: SA = [1/2 * Perimeter * Slant Height] + [Base Area]

What- is-the-relationship-between-cylinders'-cones'-and-spheres'-surface area?

The answer depends on information which has not been provided: the height of the cylinder and cone will affect their surface areas.

How do the surface area formulas of cones and cylinders differ from that of prisms and pyramids?

They depend on radius rather than perimeter.

Is the surface area the same as area?

No the area is when you are dealing with a 2-dimensional figure. Surface area formulas vary depending on if the object is a rectangular prism, a pyramid, a cone, or a triangular prism. a.k.a. the object needs to be 3-D to have a surface area.

What is the surface area of a traffic cone?

There are a lot of different sizes of traffic cones. Without more information, it's impossible to answer.

If two cones are similar and the ratio between the lengths of their radii is 7 3 what is the ratio of their surface area?


How do the surface areas formula of cones and cylinders differ from that of prisms and pyramids?

The most general difference is: > The formula for the surface area of anything with a curved surface and edge will involve 'pi'. > The formula for the surface area of anything with only flat surfaces and straight edges won't.

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