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What is the surface area of the cylinder? (Picture Provided)

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that is supposed to be a cylinder btw!
Ok, so make a surface map to help you: ill draw it

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That is the shape if you take it out, for example
Ok
Wait, do u happen to have a textbook for this?
Because the equation for it is the way to do it.
No, i wish i did
Gimme a minute
do you know what the equation is to do it
ok
Surface Area of a Cylinder = 2 pi r 2 + 2 pi r h
Okay, so let me try to do that on a calculator
So, if you know the order of operations, this is fairly easy.
so 2 pi times 4 squared plus 2 pi times 4 times 15 ?
i got 427
Wait... you said calculator, right?
Because when you do this this is supposed to be done by not calculator, but paper and pencil.
So, use the order of operations and you'll get the answer.
ok, thanks!
No prob :D

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