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A short cylinder or a thin cylinder.

The surface area of a cylinder can be derived from the area of rectangle. If you 'unroll' a cylinder you have a shape of a rectangle, similar to a sheet of paper. The width of the rectangle will be the height of the cylinder and the length of the rectangle will be the circumference of the cylinder end.So, Area = length * widthwhere, width = height of cylinder & length = circumference of cylinder end = PI*(Diameter of cylinder)Therefore,surface area of a cylinder = (PI)*(diameter of cylinder)*(height of cylinder)Hope that helps!

A cylinder has to parallel bases (circles) therefore a cylinder is circular prism

well first u have to draw a square. then draw a line to represent the sevenths. next u draw a line to show the thirds

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You cannot. The cylinder could be a large squat shape, or a thin tube which could be as long as you want. The volume of a cylinder does not determine its shape.

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Just draw a cylinder with a "funnel" on one end, rounding the transition point from the cylinder part to the funnel part. The base of the cylinder part is rounded and bumpy. That works for for a plastic Coke bottle. If you mean the glass bottles, they are similar, but yet harder to draw, and require more detail. On them the transition to the "funnel" part is more gradual and more like a cone. There are the grooves on the side, and the bottom is thicker and doesn't have the "bumps."

First, you will have to draw circle, and with exact measuring then draw a hexagon. Then make it a cube, and on the top side of this square divide each side by a dot and connect these dots with straight lines. Next, draw a circle in this new, smaller square. On a new paper, copy the previously made small circle. Below the previous one, copy the circle again (so you will have two circles). Make it a cylinder, then copy the cube from the previous draw below this cylinder. Draw the cap for the cylinder on its top, and basically you are done. Additionally, if you have found these instructions a bit confusing, you can search for a video on YouTube on this topic in case you are a visual type.

I think u measure the top draw a line to the middle of it and then like multiply it with pie or something

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