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OSUxBucks15

  • 2 years ago

Find the surface area of the cylinder in terms of . Not drawn to scale 990 in2 342 in2 378 in2 504 in2

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  1. OSUxBucks15
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  2. OSUxBucks15
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    Find the surface area of the pyramid shown to the nearest whole number. Not drawn to scale 56 ft2 72 ft2 22 ft2 128 ft2

  3. OSUxBucks15
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  4. j814wong
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    Find teh circumference of the base, then multiply that by teh height to get the area of teh sides. Then find teh area of the one base and multiply that by 2 sinc ethere are 2 bases.

  5. OSUxBucks15
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    thus the second question 2

  6. j814wong
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    SA of cylinder= 2 π r2 + 2 π r h

  7. hang254
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    ok

  8. j814wong
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    If that's what you get after plugging the numbers into teh formula.

  9. j814wong
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    The second one, I'm not sure about yet.

  10. j814wong
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    The second one is 72

  11. OSUxBucks15
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    i got over a thousand for the first 1

  12. j814wong
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    Me too, for ht first one. Odd. I'm a bit puzzled with that one.

  13. OSUxBucks15
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    same

  14. j814wong
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    I keep getting 1583 not matter how I look at it...

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    same

  16. OSUxBucks15
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    im so srry theres pi after each answer

  17. j814wong
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    Oh ok then.

  18. OSUxBucks15
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    ya i just went back and looked

  19. j814wong
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    504 then

  20. j814wong
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    Numbers may have a mysterious way of transforming their shape to puzzle us mortals.

  21. j814wong
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    That's why sometimes, just rub your eyes and stare a second time.

  22. OSUxBucks15
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    thanks

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