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Q: What is the surface area of a baseball base?

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Base * height is surface area or (bh)

Surface Area = 2 × Base Area + Base Perimeter × Length

Surface Area = 2 × Base Area + Base Perimeter × Length

Let r be the radius of the (base)ball. The surface area of a sphere = 4 * pi * r ^2 Therefore, the surface area of an ideal (base)ball = 4 * 3.14159 * 1.475^2 [in^2] = 27.34 [in^2] Note that I don't like to use the term baseball, because a baseball is not an ideal sphere. A baseball has markings and asperities. A perfect sphere does not.

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The answer is TRUE.

The surface area of a prism is the two bases and all the sides A = 2 *area of base + Perimeter of base * Height of prism.

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A sphere has no base, and since it has no base, it has only a surface area and no lateral area.

A sphere has no base, and since it has no base, it has only a surface area and no lateral area.

It is not possible to answer the question because the shape of the base is not known. As a result the surface area of the base, and hence the total surface area cannot be calculated.

The surface area of a prism = 2 × area of base + perimeter of base × H

Area = base*height

area of base x height

surface area=(perimeter of base)x(height of the shape)+(area of the base)x(2)

The formula to find the surface area of a parallelogram is Base*Height.

2*area of a base + length*perimeter of base.

Area = πSr + πr² Where: S = the slant length of the cone r = radius of the base πr² = area of the base of the cone πSr = area of outside of cone -------------------------------------------------------------- The surface area of the cone is the sum of the area of the base and the slanted surface. The area of the base is the area of a circle = πr² The area of the slanted surface can be calculated by realising that if the slanted surface is cut by a straight line from the apex to the base it can be "unrolled" into a sector of a circle. Thus it is a fraction of the area of a circle. The length of the circumference of the sector is the length of the circumference of the base of the cone; the length of the whole circle from which this is a sector is the circle with radius of the slant height of the cone; thus: area slanted surface = πS² × ((2πr)/(2πS)) = πSr Thus the surface area of a cone = area base + area slant surface → surface_area_cone = πr² + πSr = πr(r + S) where r is the radius of the base and S is the slant height.

For the same base dimensions (base area) and the same height, the rectangular prism has more surface area.

Surface Area= 1/2perimeter x slant height + B * * * * * Perimeter = perimeter of base. B = Area of base.

The surface area of the 'wall' doubles, but the base areas remain the same.

A cone with height 24 and the base diameter 7 has a surface area of 305.17 units2

It has just the one curved surface area and and its base

Yes.

if you mean surface area, the area of the base multiplied by the height