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Q: How do you find the curved surface area of a cylinder?

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Find the surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 16 and a height of 23. Use 3.14 for π. Round your answer to the nearest te

To find the lateral area of a cylinder, multiply the circumference (πd) by the height (πdh). After you have this, you can find the total surface area by adding twice the area of the base (2πr2).(Lateral area = πdh), (Surface area = πdh + 2πr2).

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Total surface area including the two end pieces = (2*pi*radius2)+(2*pi*radius*height) in square units.

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

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The surface area of a polyhedron can be calculated by first calculating the area of each of its polygonal surfaces and adding these together.The surface area of some curved solids (sphere, cylinder, cone) can be calculated from formula but for most curved solids are more complicated and require integration.

Shape of capsule: A circular cylinder with hemispheres mounted on both sides. Radius of each hemisphere is equal to the radius of cylinder. Let the length of the cylinder be h. Surface area of capsule = Curved surface area of cylinder + Curved Surface area of two hemispheres Surface area of capsule = 2 x pi x r x h + 2 x 2 x pi x r x r = 2 x pi x r x (h+2r)

The label is placed on the curved surface area of the cylinder. Its area can be found using the formula A = 3.14dh where d is the diameter and h is the height of the can. It is rectangular in shape.

The curved surface area is 2*pi*r*h square units.

Total surface area is 351.86 units2.

you divide the surface area by the circumference.

the defnition of find the surface area of triangular prism and cylinder

if the cylinder is on the inside, it would not affect the surface area. otherwise, subtract the part of the inside cylinder that touches the outside from the cylinder

Surface Area: 2πr2 + 2πrh Volume: πr2h

Actually, answer 1 is for the volume, not the surface area. Aside from that, there are lots of ways to bore a hole in a cylinder. If it goes from one base (a flat face) to the other (or part of the way) parallel to the axis, answer 1 is correct (for the volume). If it is not parallel to the axis, or if it is bored from the curved surface of the cylinder, it is much more complicated. Assuming, as in answer 1, that the hole goes all the way from one base to the other parallel to the axis, to get the surface area you would add the surface area of the outer cylinder to that of the hole (just the curved surface portion), and then subtract the areas of the circular holes in the two bases, each of which is pi x the radius of the hole squared. I'm assuming you know how to calculate the surface area of a cylinder. This is the area of the curved surface, which is 2 x pi x the radius x the height, plus 2 x the area of each base, which is pi x the radius squared. ========================================================== Use the formula:- Volume of a cylinder = Pi X Radius squared X Length , to find the volume of a solid cylinder. Repeat the same calculation with the same formula, to find the Volume of the cylinder of fresh air within the cylinder . Subtract the fresh air Volume from the Solid Cylinder Volume. That will be your answer . Think about your problem, then it is dead easy.

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