Q: What is the surface area of a cylinder whose radius is 15 and height is 3?

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The surface are of a cylinder whose radius is 10cm and height is 20cm is 1884.96cm2

A cylinder whose radius is 5 and height is 7 has a surface area of 377 units2

This cylinder's height is 6 (5.98) units.

A cylinder whose radius is 2cm and height is 8cm has a total surface area of approximately 125.66cm2 {ADDED} To explain that further, the formula is pi*r^2 X h where r is the radius and h the height.

The surface area of a cylinder is 2*pi*radius*height. In this case it would be 2*pi*5*10 = 314.16

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The surface are of a cylinder whose radius is 10cm and height is 20cm is 1884.96cm2

A cylinder whose radius is 6 and height is 14 has a surface area of 754 units2

A cylinder whose radius is 5 and height is 7 has a surface area of 377 units2

The curved surface area of a cylinder whose height is 14 feet and radius is 6 feet is 527.79ft2

This cylinder's height is 6 (5.98) units.

847.8

37.68

A cylinder whose radius is 2cm and height is 8cm has a total surface area of approximately 125.66cm2 {ADDED} To explain that further, the formula is pi*r^2 X h where r is the radius and h the height.

The surface area of a cylinder is 2*pi*radius*height. In this case it would be 2*pi*5*10 = 314.16

Surface area = 673.87 units2

345.6 units2

1,979.2 units2