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It depends whether you want lateral or surface area. Lateral area is only the area of everything except the two bases. Surface area is the total area.

Lateral area formula: pH or perimeter(of base) x height

In this case, since this is a cylinder, the perimeter will be pi(diameter).

Surface area: pH + 2B

B= area of base

So the equation would be: 10pi(9) + 2(pi x 5 squared)

Q: How do you find the area of a cylinder if the radius is 5 and a height of 9?

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use algebra to find the radius, then plug the height and radius into the surface area equation

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

h = ( Area/ (2pi*r) ) - r h = height r = radius pi = 3.14

Entire surface area of a cylinder = (2*pi*radius^2)+(circumference*height) If you are given the circumference then radius = circumference/2*pi

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

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use algebra to find the radius, then plug the height and radius into the surface area equation

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

h = ( Area/ (2pi*r) ) - r h = height r = radius pi = 3.14

find the radius using base area. substitute the radius value in CSA and fine the height. finally substitute radius and height in volume of cylinder formula and find the volume of the cylinder.. Ans:308 cu.cm.

The area A is equal to 2πrh, where r is the radius and h is the height.

Entire surface area of a cylinder = (2*pi*radius^2)+(circumference*height) If you are given the circumference then radius = circumference/2*pi

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

With the area of the base known, you can back figure to the radius. But unless you know the cylinder's volume, or are told that it's height is equal to the radius or diameter or circumference of the base, there's no way to find the height short of measuring it. To find the radius, you take the area of the base and divide it by pi. The resulting dividend is r2. Find the square root of the dividend, and you have the radius.

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Find the radius by dividing the circumference by 2pi then find the area of the base and multiply it by the height

Split the cylinder into two circles and a rectangle to find your answer.

The radius of a cylinder given only the height could be anything you like.