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An open cylinder has zero volume. Its surface area is 4(pi)rL, wherein r is the radius of the cylinder and L is the length.

A closed cylinder has a volume of L(pi)r^2. (That is, L times pi times r-squared.) Its surface area is 2(pi)rL + 2(pi)r^2.

Q: What is the difference between volume and surface area for an open cylinder and closed cylinder?

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A cylinder has one closed "cylindrical" (circular) surface and two circles at each end. ======================

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

The formula for surface area of a cylinder is: 2(pi)r2+2(pi)rh. r= radius h= height.

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A cylinder has one closed "cylindrical" (circular) surface and two circles at each end. ======================

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

one is open and the other is closed

The formula for surface area of a cylinder is: 2(pi)r2+2(pi)rh. r= radius h= height.

there is no difference. they are both 42.

There is one major difference between an open DNS and a closed DNS. Open DNSs allow multiple users to connect easily while closed ones do not allow more users.

Shoes are closed in and Sandals are open.

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Public is open, private is closed.

pi2rh + pi2r^2pi=most commonly 3.14r=radiush=heightr^2=radius squared

Gutters are normally open Sewer piping is closed

a opened cube is the shapes net and it is 2-D if it is closed then it is a 3 dimensional shape.