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Q: How do you find the slant of a cone when given the surface area and radius?

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A cone with a radius of 7 and a slant of 12 has a total surface area of about 417.83 units2

Surface Area = Pi*radius(radius + slant height)

Entire surface area: (pi*radius^2)+(pi*radius*slant length)

The surface area is a function of the height (or slant height) and the radius of the base. So, the slant height is a function of the surface area and the base-radius. Since the latter is unknown, the slant height cannot be calculated.

A cone with a slant height of 22cm and radius of 7cm has a total surface area of about 637.74cm2

The surface area of a right cone with a radius of 8 and a slant height of 15 is: 377 units squared.

A right cone with a radius of 4 and a slant height of 13 has a total surface area of about 213.63 units2

Total surface area = (piradius2)+(piradius*slant length)

A cone with a slant height of 22cm and radius of 7cm has a total surface area of about 637.74cm2

It depends on what information you have: its radius and slant height, radius and volume, radius and surface area, surface area and volume, etc.

A right cone with a slant of height of 7 and a radius of 5 has a total surface area of approximately 188.5 units2

A right cone with a slant height of 6 and a radius of 7 has a total surface area of about 245.04 square units.

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