Use a calculator and you'll get yurh answer
The answer is squareroot r2+h2 squareroot radiusxradius + heightxheight
Curved Surface Area of a Cone:Multiply the base radius of the cone by pi. Multiply your answer by the length of the side of the cone.Then add the surface area of the base of the cone using the area of a circle = pi x r2
When you make a cone, you fold the cone along its slant height and thus you get the cone which is curved. So when you need to find the curved surface area (Which excludes the base) you need to use the same slant height that you folded the paper along which gave you the cone. Check out the links attached. It has some illustrations which will help.
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Curved surface area = pi*radius*slant length Voume in cubic cm = 1/3*pi*radius2*height
The surface area of a polyhedron can be calculated by first calculating the area of each of its polygonal surfaces and adding these together.The surface area of some curved solids (sphere, cylinder, cone) can be calculated from formula but for most curved solids are more complicated and require integration.
2(pi)(r)(h)=the area of the curved surface
The surface area of a right cone is the amount of square units that is needed to cover the surface of a cone. To find a surface area of a right cone , follow this formula S.A = 3.14rl + 3.14r(r) I hope it helped you.
This cone has a lateral surface area of approximately 226.73cm2
Surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius2
True. This is because the slant height of an oblique cone cannot be defined.
find the surface area of the cone and add it to the surface area of the base so the formula would be pi radius s plus pi radius squared
A cone has two surfaces, lateral surface and its circular surface at the base.The surface area of a cone is the sum of the areas of these two surfaces, i.e. (1) area of the lateral surface and (2) area of its base.Let us consider a right circular cone to find its surface area.The lateral surface area of a right circular cone is Ï€ r lwhere,r is the radius of the circle at the bottom of the cone, andl is the lateral height of the coneThe surface area of the bottom circle of a cone is the same as for any circle, Ï€ r2Thus the total surface area of a right circular cone is: Ï€ r l + Ï€r2 OR Ï€ r (l + r)
To find the curved surface area of a cone multiply the base radius of the cone by pi. Then multiply your answer by the length of the side of the cone. So 5 x pi x 8.2 = 128.81 (2 decimal places) The surface area of the bottom of the cone is given by pi x radius2. pi x 52 = 78.54 (2 decimal places) So the total surface area = 128.81 + 78.54 = 207.35 cm2 (2 decimal places)
Calculate them and compare.
Surface Area = πr2 + πrs Substitute in the appropriate values for surface area and r, and then solve for s.
pi x radius^2
The first step in finding the surface area of a cone is to measure the radius of the circle part of the cone. The next step is to find the area of the circle, or base. The area of a circle is 3.14 times the radius squared (Ï€r2). Now, you will need to find the area of the cone itself. In order to do this, you must measure the side (slant height) of the cone. Make sure you use the same form of measurement as the radius.You can now use the measurement of the side to find the area of the cone. The formula for the area of a cone is 3.14 times the radius times the side (Ï€rl).So the surface area of the cone equals the area of the circle plus the area of the cone and the final formula is given by:SA = Ï€r2 + Ï€rl
1. Find the surface area of the whole cylinder 2. Find the area of one of the two circles on either end of the cylinder 3. Multiply the circle's area by two and subtract their area from the total surface area 4. Now you have the surface area of an unclosed cylinder!
You find the surface area of each individual face - whether plane or curved - and then sum all those areas together.
i have an answer for both a frustum of a pyramid and a frustum of a cone which do you need frustum of a cone just give both of them
Entire surface area of a cone = (pi*radius2)+(pi*radius*slant length) Use Pythagoras' theorem to find the slant length
Base surface = pi*r2 Curved surface = pi*r*l where l is the slant height If the vertical height (h) is given rather than the slant height, then use Pythagoras: l2 = h2 + r2