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The lateral surface area of a cylinder with the radius of 7 feet and height of 16 feet equals 703.72 feet2

A right cylinder having a base radius of 12mm and a height of 60mm has a lateral area of approximately 4523.89mm2

Lateral Area= (2pi)x(radius)x(height) Try imagining that you take the lateral area and unfold it from the cylinder. If you imagine it correctly you get a rectangle. The height of the cylinder is the height of the rectangle. Then the circumference is the length. SO you multiply the circumference of the base times the height.

The radius of a cylinder is independent of its height.

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2 (pi) (radius) (height)

Lateral area is 62.83 units2

Lateral area is 527.79 units2

The lateral surface area of a cylinder with the radius of 7 feet and height of 16 feet equals 703.72 feet2

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