Quick question: Is lateral area and lateral surface area the same thing? Do they mean the same thing?
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There is no difference between "total area" and "surface area" and your assertion that the "surface area" of a cylinder is 2pi rh is incorrect. That is the "lateral surface area". The ends of a cylinder are as much "surface" as the lateral surface.
@pooja195 WHAT??? can you just answer me yes or no? Cuz I have a question asking for the lateral surface area, is lateral surface area a longer way of say lateral area??????????????????
Do they essentially say the same thing?
@pooja195, hey I need your help and you just leave?
@Setsuna-Yuregeshi im not sure i used a website but i really dont know.
Ooh, darn, could you call anyone you know who might?