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Q: What is the derivation of the formula for volume and total surface area of a cylinder?

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Volume = pi*radius2*height

I think you want formula's for a Cylinder? Volume = (pi)r^2 x height Surface Area = 2(pi) radius x height

Use the formula for a cylinder.

The volume of a cylinder is represented by this formula:r2Ï€hwhere r = radius of circular baseand h = height of cylinder

V=(pi)r2 *h

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Volume in cubic units = pi*r2*h Surface area in square units = (2*pi*r2)+(2*pi*r*h)

* means times/multiplied by Volume of cylinder: pi*radius sq.*height Surface Area of Cylinder: (2*pi*radius sq.) + (2*pi*radius*height) Formula For Surface Area sa=(2x(3.14)r2+[2x(3.14)xr]xh Formula For Volume (3.14)r2xh

cylinder---2x2.14xrsquare+area of latteral surface

V=Pi*R2*H

volume of cylinder pir2h

The formula for volume of a cylinder is pi•r2•h

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The formula for volume of a cylinder is (pi *r2 )h

Use the formula for the volume. Replace the data you know (radius and volume), and solve for the missing data (the height). Once you have this height, it is easy to use the formula for the surface area.

A cylinder is not a prism because it has a circular base and therefore requires a different formula to figure out its volume, surface area, etc.

Volume=lbh in a cube,l=b=h therefore,volume=a^3

Same as a cylinder

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