A cylinder ooatmeal box is 18cm high and has a diameter of 10cm. find the surface area of the entire box. use 3.14 for pi

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- anonymous

Ok, well do you know the surface area for the top and bottom of the cylinder?

- anonymous

The surface of a cylinder is 2 circles (bottom and top) and a rectangle (side) - you just need to add them up..

- anonymous

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- anonymous

The only trick is knowing the dimensions of the rectangle that represents the side of the cylinder

- anonymous

i dont know anything about math!!! haha

- anonymous

Of course you do. You know 1+1

- anonymous

yes of course

- anonymous

2

- anonymous

More specifically you know 1+1 = 2 which is the foundation of all of algebra

- anonymous

oh!

- anonymous

So then can u helo me work this out! please

- anonymous

What is the area of a circle?

- anonymous

idk!

- anonymous

Do you have a book?

- anonymous

yes! a math book.. will that help at all

- anonymous

Was this problem in the math book?

- anonymous

the problem that is up there!!!

- anonymous

yes. Was it from the book?

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

In that same section of the book (or slightly before it) did it say something about the formula for the area of a circle?

- anonymous

umm idk let me check

- anonymous

no because i do have a book but im ddoing a take home test

- anonymous

muh4ha help!!!

- anonymous

I don't understand. Why can't you look at the book?

- anonymous

i can! and i will do u want me too

- anonymous

Well I'm not sure what the rules are regarding your test, but if it's ok for you to get help here, I'm sure it's ok for you to look at your book. It should be in the section covered by this exam.

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ok! let me look! hold on

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