Q: What is the height of a cylinder when the surface area is 44 pi meters squared?

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A cylinder that has a diameter of 10 meters and a height of 3 meters has a surface area of 251.33m2

A cylinder with a height of 10 meters and diameter of 4 meters has a surface area of 150.8m2

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The curved surface area is 502.65m2

995.3 meters2

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A cylinder with a height of 20 meters and a diameter of 10 meters has a surface area of 785.4m2

A cylinder that has a diameter of 10 meters and a height of 3 meters has a surface area of 251.33m2

A cylinder with a height of 10 meters and diameter of 4 meters has a surface area of 150.8m2

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A cylinder with a radius of 1 meter and a height of 10 meters has a surface area equal to 69.12m2

The curved surface area is 502.65m2

1319.47 meters squared

995.3 meters2

1608.5m2

LSA is 416.2m2

The circumference of that cylinder would be 31.4156 meters, and with a height of 4 meters, the outside surface of the sides would be 125.66 square meters. Does a cylinder have both an inside and outside surface? There is no thickness at all to the sides. Maybe it needs to be doubled, to be 251.32 square meters so we get both inside and outside surface, but I think not. A cylindrical *prism* would have a top and bottom, each having a surface of 78.54 square meters, for a total of 282.74 square meters.