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In the diagram, V is the center of a circle with radius 10cm. The length of the arc ACB is 12(pi) cm. The sector VACB is wrapped such that VA just touches VB to form a right circular cone. Find the curved surface area
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Matt71 Group Title
In the diagram, V is the center of a circle with radius 10cm. The length of the arc ACB is 12(pi) cm. The sector VACB is wrapped such that VA just touches VB to form a right circular cone. Find the curved surface area
 2 years ago
 2 years ago

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dw:1344091280855:dw
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got it?
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@Matt71
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Not this time, what formula is the first one's?
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Curved surface area of a cone = dw:1344091422796:dw wheredw:1344091435810:dw
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got it?
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Ooooh, l is the slant height, right?
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Alright then, thanks once again
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IT WAS MY DUTY
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