Q: How you find surface area of a cylinder?

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you divide the surface area by the circumference.

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

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

Entire surface area = (2piradius2)+(pidiameterheight) in square units

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1. Find the surface area of the whole cylinder 2. Find the area of one of the two circles on either end of the cylinder 3. Multiply the circle's area by two and subtract their area from the total surface area 4. Now you have the surface area of an unclosed cylinder!

you divide the surface area by the circumference.

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

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

Surface Area: 2πr2 + 2πrh Volume: πr2h

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).

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

first you multiply each side by 1,000,000 then you find the surface area of a cylinder that has a diameter of 3in and the height of 6in

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

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

Entire surface area = (2piradius2)+(pidiameterheight) in square units

You can find the exact surface area for all of those shapes.