Q: If the surface area is 120 cm squared what's the radius?

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Surface area of a circle = pi*radius2

Surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius squared

the area of the circle is Pi X Radius squared

Its complete surface area = (2*pi*radius squared)+(2*pi*radius*height) in square inches

surface area is lateral area

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That is correct because the surface area of a sphere is: 4*pi*radius squared

Surface area = 4*pi*radius squared

It remains the same or increases in surface area.

Surface area of a ball or a sphere = 4*pi*radius squared

Surface area of a circle = pi*radius2

Surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius squared

Its complete surface area = (2*pi*radius squared)+(2*pi*radius*height) in square inches

the area of the circle is Pi X Radius squared

surface area is lateral area

Surface area of a sphere = 4*pi*radius squared

Surface area of a sphere is: 4*pi*radius squared

The surface area of the 'sphere' is four times the area of a 'great circle',or (4 pi) times the RADIUS squared.