Q: What is the formula for the total surface area of a right circular cylinder?

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Surface Area = Pi*radius(radius + slant height)

Pi * r-squared * hAnswerAnd if your cylinder is not a right circular one, things get a bit tricky from there. =)

A (right circular) cylinder has 2 circular faces... one on top, and the other the bottom.

I don't know what a 'right circular' is

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Archimedes

surface area of right circular cylinder = 2 pi r h +2 pi r2

V=hπr2

pi * radius2 * height

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Pi x r² x h

Pi x r² x h

Surface Area = Pi*radius(radius + slant height)

Pi * r-squared * hAnswerAnd if your cylinder is not a right circular one, things get a bit tricky from there. =)

The sphere has a surface area-to-volume ratio of 0.15m^-1, which means it has a relatively low surface area compared to its volume. This indicates a more compact shape. On the other hand, the right circular cylinder with a ratio of 2.2m^-1 has a higher surface area compared to its volume, suggesting it is more elongated or spread out.

Strictly, if it has a circular base, it is a circular cylinder. Otherwise, it could have an oval base. If the long axis is at right angles (perpendicular) to the plane of the base, then it is a right circular cylinder.

Surface Area and Volume of a CylinderVolume= 1/3(PI) (radius)2 Surface Area= 2(PI)r2+2(PI)(radius)(height) or 2πrh+2πr2Pi x r² x h