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Find the lateral area of the cone. Use 3.14 for pi and round the result to the nearest whole unit.
1,319 cm2
2,639 cm2
707 cm2
2,026 cm2
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ayeitsdrew Group Title
Find the lateral area of the cone. Use 3.14 for pi and round the result to the nearest whole unit. 1,319 cm2 2,639 cm2 707 cm2 2,026 cm2
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can anybody help me?
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@whpalmer4 @wolfgirl @Will679 @whadduptori @wow123456 @wiseworld
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The lateral area of a cone would be: One half of circumference of the base multiplied by the slant height. Basically 1/2 [( Pi x D) x Slant height) Where "D" is the diameter of the base of the cone. (Pi x D) is the Circumference of the base Slant height  Length of a line from the base to the top of a prism, shape, etc.
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so would it be 3.14 x 30
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30 being diameter
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yes. that is correct.
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so that would be 94.2 and then you take that times the slant height whjich is 28 right?
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and after being 1/2 and multiplied by 28 i got 1318.8
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That's correct.
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ok thx for the help
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No problem!
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Find the surface area of the cone to the nearest whole unit. do you do this one relativwely the same or is it different?
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sorry mis typed that
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226 in2 88 in2 377 in2 138 in2 those are the possible answers
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Okay, cones and pyramids are relatively different. The formula for this one would be SA=3.14rs+3.14r^2
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ok so 3.14 times the radius?
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wait no 3.14 x r x r
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3.14 x r x s r=4 s=7
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Yes, that's right.
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and then do you add that to 3.14 x 4 x 4
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which is 50.24
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ok so the answer is 138.16
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Yup, you got it :)
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Haha bye!
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