Q: A cylindrical storage tank has a radius of 15 ft and a height of 30 ft what is the surface area?

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The surface area of a cylinder with the radius of 2 and height of 3 is 62.83 units2

A cylinder with radius 10 inches and surface area 753.6 inches2 has a height of about 1.99 inches.

A cylinder with radius 4 and height 12 has a total surface area of 402.12 units2

577.5 cubic metre

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.

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the volume of the storage tank is 21,195 ft.3 (pi times radius2)times height.

Volume = pi*radius2*height

To determine the area of a cylindrical box, you need to calculate the sum of the areas of its curved surface and its two circular bases. The formula for the curved surface area is given by 2πrh, where r is the radius of the base and h is the height of the box. The formula for the area of the circular base is πr^2. Add the two areas together to get the total surface area of the cylindrical box.

To find the surface area of a cylindrical ring or torus, you can use the formula A = 2πrh, where r is the average radius of the ring and h is the height or thickness of the ring. In this case, the average radius is (16mm + 10mm)/2 = 13mm and h can be any desired value. Therefore, the surface area of the cylindrical ring or torus is 2π(13mm)(h).

Volume_come = 1/3 × π × radius² × height = 1/3 × π × (1.5 cm)² × 12 cm = 9π cm³ volume_cylinder = π × radius² × height = π × (6 cm)² × 24 cm = 864π cm³ number_of_scoops = volume_bin ÷ volume_scoop = 864π cm³ ÷ 9π cm³ = 96 scoops 96 scoops of sugar will fit in the storage bin.

Surface area = (2*pi*0.922)+(2*pi*0.92*2.6) = 20.347 m2 to 3 decimal places

The height of this quantity of water would be exactly that much!

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

The surface area of the base = Pi x r2 = Pi x 9 cm2 But to calculate the surface area of a cylinder you also need to know its height. The cylindrical surface area will be Pi x 2r x height = (in this case) Pi x 6 x height.

The surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 3.8cm and a height of 11cm is 353.37cm2

The surface area of a cylinder with a radius 2m and 9m height is 138.23m2

The height of a cylinder with the radius of 7 and surface area of 550 is 5.51