The surface area of a cylinder can be derived from the area of rectangle. If you 'unroll' a cylinder you have a shape of a rectangle, similar to a sheet of paper. The width of the rectangle will be the height of the cylinder and the length of the rectangle will be the circumference of the cylinder end.So, Area = length * widthwhere, width = height of cylinder & length = circumference of cylinder end = PI*(Diameter of cylinder)Therefore,surface area of a cylinder = (PI)*(diameter of cylinder)*(height of cylinder)Hope that helps!
Area of the base of a cylinder = pi*radius2
The area for the base of a cylinder is the area of a circle. pi times radius squared.
Curved surface area includes the area of the length of the cylinder only whereas surface area includes the two bases as well...
if the cylinder is on the inside, it would not affect the surface area. otherwise, subtract the part of the inside cylinder that touches the outside from the cylinder
We assume the surface area of a cylinder excluding its ends. Area = height of cylinder multiplied by circumference. That is A = h x Pi x diameter.
The base of a cylinder is the circle on the bottom, the area being the area of that circle.
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!
The volume of a cylinder is the cross-sectional area of the cylinder multiplied by its length. The perpendicular cross-section of a cylinder is a circle.
the volume of the cylinder
area of the cylinder base multiplied the height of the cylinder