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# What is the surface area of a cylinder with 4m in diameter and 6m in height?

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2012-03-23 22:56:27

The surface area of a (closed) cylinder equals the surface area of both bases (the top and bottom), i.e. pi x radius squared (first base) + pi x radius squared (second base), plus the lateral surface area (the surface area of the curved side), i.e. circumference (pi x diameter) x height. Inserting the numbers: SA = pi x (2 m.) squared + pi x (2 m.) squared + pi x 4 m. x 6 m. = pi x 4 m. squared + pi x 4 m. squared + pi x 24 m. squared = 8 x pi m. squared + 24 x pi m. squared = 32 x pi meters squared.

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