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Which of these shows how the formulas for the area of a circle and the volume of a cylinder are related? The area of a circle provides the radius of the cylinder’s base. Dividing that by the surface area of the cylinder’s base adds the third dimension of the solid. The area of a circle provides the height of the cylinder. Multiplying that by the surface area of the cylinder’s base adds the third dimension of the solid. The area of a circle provides the surface area of a cylinder’s base. Multiplying that by the height of the cylinder adds the third dimension of the solid.
The area of a circle provides the surface area of a cylinder’s base. Multiplying that by the height of the cylinder adds the third dimension of the solid.
The area of a circle provides sustenance for the hungry cubs while the mother is out hunting.
i should clarify, that last one is only if the circle is a pizza