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Emily778 Group Title

Find the surface area of a conical grain storage tank that has a height of 43 meters and a diameter of 14 meters. Round the answer to the nearest square meter.

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  1. MarcLeclair Group Title
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    Find the circumference of the circle. That will be your rectangle length ( or width, english isn't my first language). Then find the area of the rectangle. Find the area of the 2 circle. Add everything up and you're done :)

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    how do i find the circumference?

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  3. MarcLeclair Group Title
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    Circumference of a circle = 2(pi)(radius) Radius= diameter /2

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  4. Emily778 Group Title
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    i got 43.96

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  5. MarcLeclair Group Title
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    Really what you're trying to find is the area of each shape. The only way to find the surface area is to find each shape separatly |dw:1369361531337:dw|

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    what do i do next?

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  7. MarcLeclair Group Title
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    then as yoou can see in the picture thats the length of the rectangle. so you multiply it to the height for the area of the rectangle.

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  8. priyeshpatel375773 Group Title
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    2107pi+49pi (includes the base)

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  9. MarcLeclair Group Title
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    .. I think someone should understand what they are doing not feed them the answer.

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  10. priyeshpatel375773 Group Title
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    sorry

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  11. MarcLeclair Group Title
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    Its okay :D its just sometimes people get the wrong feeling of math when it can be so fun :(

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  12. Emily778 Group Title
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    none of you are helping..

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  13. MarcLeclair Group Title
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    I just told you what to do. Look at the drawing. Find the area of the circle and the area of the rectangle. Don't you have formulas for both?

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  14. Emily778 Group Title
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    no.

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  15. priyeshpatel375773 Group Title
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    hope this helps

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  16. MarcLeclair Group Title
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    Can't draw on a laptop :P

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  17. Emily778 Group Title
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    can you just tell me the equation?

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  18. priyeshpatel375773 Group Title
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    Did this helped

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  19. Emily778 Group Title
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    No. I did not get any of the answers listed.

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  20. priyeshpatel375773 Group Title
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    subtract 49pi from my answer that should give you answer with no base of a cone I dont know if container is open or not

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  21. Emily778 Group Title
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    WHAT ANSWER? You're making no sense!

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  22. priyeshpatel375773 Group Title
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    6619.3357211136943534407896085699 Is this the answer

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