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jlovexx

  • 2 years ago

If the smaller cylinder has a lateral area of approximately 113 square meters, what is the approximate lateral area of the larger cylinder? 48.4 square meters 263.7 square meters 615.2 square meters 1,435.5 square meters

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  1. jlovexx
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  2. malcolm11235
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    hmm you aren't given much info so what i would do is just a ratio. i'm assuming they're proportional and i'm not 100% sure this is how you do the question but if they are indeed proportional then you have 113 m^2 / 9m = ? / 21m

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    • 2 years ago
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    I agree. So 113/9 = x/21 x = (113/9)*21 x = 263.7, which is one of the choices so you are right.

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    Oh, I forgot to add 9. I was only using the bigger cylinder

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