Q: A right cylinder has a radius of 4 and a height of 7 what is the surface area?

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The surface area of a right cylinder can be calculated by adding the areas of the two bases and the lateral surface area. The formula for the surface area of a right cylinder is 2πrh + 2πr^2, where r is the radius and h is the height. Plugging in the values 8 for the radius and 15 for the height, the surface area of the cylinder would be 720π square units.

SA = about 622.03 units2

The answer is 198*pi sq units.

The answer is 226.19 units2The formula is AL = 2*Pi*radius*height

Total surface area = 314.16 square inches. Lateral surface area = 157.08 square inches.

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For a right cylinder, if the surface area is 2,072.4 and the radius is 15 the height will be 7 (6.99) units.

The surface area is 552.92 units2

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The surface area of a right cylinder can be calculated by adding the areas of the two bases and the lateral surface area. The formula for the surface area of a right cylinder is 2πrh + 2πr^2, where r is the radius and h is the height. Plugging in the values 8 for the radius and 15 for the height, the surface area of the cylinder would be 720π square units.

It is 552.9 square units.

SA = about 622.03 units2

Entire surface area = (2*pi*radius2)+(pi*diameter*height)

140pi units squared 2

The answer is 198*pi sq units.

376.8 units squared apex =)

Volume of the cylinder: pi*radius*radius*height

The total surface area is 1,105.84 units2The lateral surface area is 703.72 units2