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Q: What does surface area mean when using math?

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The surface area is the sum of all the shapes' area

No you dont you multiply using area for example: A=LxW 4mx8m A=32m

3 dimensional objects have volume and surface area whereas 2 dimensional shapes have only surface area

It means slanted surface.

Now that depends on if you mean outside surface area. A cone has an inside surface area too. Just adding my two cents. Not even good at math. But I can debate a point til the death!

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The surface area is the sum of all the shapes' area

SA means Surface Area

No you dont you multiply using area for example: A=LxW 4mx8m A=32m

3 dimensional objects have volume and surface area whereas 2 dimensional shapes have only surface area

It means slanted surface.

Now that depends on if you mean outside surface area. A cone has an inside surface area too. Just adding my two cents. Not even good at math. But I can debate a point til the death!

A sphere is a geometrical globular shape which has a volume of 4/3*pi*radius3 and a surface area of 4*pi*radius2

the area of such an outer part or uppermost layer

S= SA and that stands for surface areas = surface area

surface area is the total outer area of a figure (I.E. a cubes surface area can be calculated by adding the area of its 4 squares)

FIrst we need to know what the object is? Perhaps you mean a cone or a cylinder?

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