Curved surface area = pi*radius*slant length = 792 square cm
radius = 792 divide by (pi*slant length)
If you have the radius and the height in feet, you can calculate the volume as:V = pi x radius squared x height (If you have the diameter of the cylinder, the radius is one-half the diameter.)
The volume of a circular cylinder varies directly with the height of the cylinder and with the square of the cylinder's radius If the height is halved and the radius is doubled then the volume will be increased.
The radius IS given, since height of hemisphere = radius of hemisphere!
If the half circle is on its flat side, the radius is its height. If the straight part of the half-circle is vertical, the radius is its width.
The height of a cylinder with a radius of 7 and a volume of 150 is: 0.9744 units.
2 x Pi x radius x height or length = curved surface area
2(pi)(r)(h)=the area of the curved surface
The answers is in the question.
The curved surface area is 71.09 units2
The curved surface area of a cylinder whose height is 14 feet and radius is 6 feet is 527.79ft2
The surface area of the curved part of a cylinder is pi*r2h, where r is the radius and h is the height. If the height is tripled, the area becomes pi*r2(3h), or 3(pi*r2h). So if the height is tripled, the area of the curved surface is also tripled.
Base Area = pi x radius x radius Curved Surface Area = 2 x pi x radius x height Total Surface Area = 2 x pi x radius x (radius + height)
The curved surface area is 113.1 units2
The curved surface area is 75.39 units2
The curved surface area is 201.06 units2
Presumably the answer is in the question because the radius is 41 cm
A cone with a base radius of 8 cm and a slant height of 9 cm has:A perpendicular height of 4.123 cmA curved surface area of 226.2 cm2A volume of 276.3 cm3