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Q: Which formulas would you find the lateral area of a right cone where r is the radius and s is the slant height?

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Uisng the lateral area and tha radius, you should be able to find the height of the cone. Using the height and radius as the legs of a right triangle, use the Pythagorean Theorem. The hypotenuse is the slant height.

pi x radius x slant height

The answer is 226.19 units2The formula is AL = 2*Pi*radius*height

No, they cannot.

I would use 2*pi*r*(r + h) square units.

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Uisng the lateral area and tha radius, you should be able to find the height of the cone. Using the height and radius as the legs of a right triangle, use the Pythagorean Theorem. The hypotenuse is the slant height.

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A right cylinder having a base radius of 12mm and a height of 60mm has a lateral area of approximately 4523.89mm2

The answer is 226.19 units2The formula is AL = 2*Pi*radius*height

No, they cannot.

LA= πrsLA=piRS

2pi(r) multiplied by the height is lateral area of right cylinder. 2Pi(r) being the circumerfence of one of the bases.

This cone has a lateral surface area of approximately 226.73cm2

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