anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the surface area of a cylinder in net form with a radious of 2 and diameter of 4 (circles) and a height of 3 and lenght of 14 (rectangle)?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ugh! come on! somebody!?!
anonymous
  • anonymous
what do you mean by a cylinder in net form?
anonymous
  • anonymous
if u were to cut it out and fold it, it would look like a 2d model of a cylinder

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anonymous
  • anonymous
3d*
anonymous
  • anonymous
not 2d
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's not really clear to me what you mean, do you just mean a regular cylinder? what is the "length"?
anonymous
  • anonymous
its hard to explain if u dnt see the problem
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
kinda like this? but tha6 middle thing is a rectangle
anonymous
  • anonymous
are you saying a rectangle plus two circles?
anonymous
  • anonymous
baisiclly yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you know the formula for the area of a rectangle and a circle?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no thats what im trying to figure out
anonymous
  • anonymous
well the formula for the area of a rectangle is the length times the width
anonymous
  • anonymous
i forgot it
anonymous
  • anonymous
the formula for the area of a circle is pi r^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
but idk ill just not do it hey! that works
anonymous
  • anonymous
i new the circle one
anonymous
  • anonymous
but those circles might not actually match up to the rectangle to make a circle given the numbers. so i don't really understand the cylinder part of it
anonymous
  • anonymous
ik my teacher likes to make no sense at all

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