2πrh, where 'r' is the radius and 'h' is the height.
Some of many examples are:- Finding the circumference of a circle Finding the area of a circle Finding the surface area of a sphere Finding the volume of a sphere Finding the surface area of a cylinder Finding the volume of a cylinder Finding the volume of a cone Finding the surface area of a cone
what is the formula to finding the total surface area of a rhomboid?!
The formula for finding area or mass of a cylinder is pi x radius^2density=massxvolume
The answer depends on what information you are given: volume and height, or surface area and height, etc.
the length and width that is the formula
The formula for the entire surface area of a cylinder is: (2*pi*radius squared)+(pi*diameter*height).
The answer depends on what information you are given: volume and radius or diameter, or surface area and radius, etc.
Surface area of a cylinder = (pi) x (diameter of the circular end) x (length)
You can use them when finding surface area or volume You can use a formula for a cylinder when finding the area of a cylinder. This is that formula: Areas of top and bottom circles + Area of the side 2(pi x radius2) + 2 x pi x radius x height
L.A.= 2*pi*radius*height its not like finding the area of a rectangle. a cylinder is a 3-D shape and a rectangle is a flat shape
There must be a typo in this question, "Why does the formula for finding the surface area of arectangular prism is helpful?" What does that even mean?
2 pi r h
the formula depends on the shape of the object
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Given the surface area, where S=surface area, the formula for finding the volume isV = √(S / 4pi)
The area of a cylinder = 2Ï€r2 + 2Ï€rh, where Ï€ is pi (3.14159...), r is the radius of the top and bottom, and h is the height. Click on the related link below for a tutorial on how to find the area of a cylinder.
V= AxH where A is the area of the circle, and H is the height of the cylinder.
The formula for the surface area of a rectangle is:A = l x wwhere A is area, l is length, and w is width.
It is: 4*pi*radius2
There are different formulae for different shapes.