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Another size mold for a Popsicle produces another rectangular prims with a base edge of 4 inches. The stick measures 6 inches with 1 inch of stick material remaining outside the Popsicle. What is the surface area of this cylindrical Popsicle? Round to the nearest tenth of a square inch and enter only the number.

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  1. anonymous
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    @jackthegreatest

  3. jackthegreatest
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    the top and the bottom added together is 32

  4. jackthegreatest
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    the hypotenuse of the bottom square is 4 square root 2

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    again use the Pythagorean theorem

  6. jackthegreatest
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    the stick is 6 inches again as well

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    so plug that in for c

  8. jackthegreatest
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    and use 4 square root 2 for a

  9. anonymous
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    so 2^2+B^2=6^2?

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    5.65?

  11. jackthegreatest
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    no, a is \[4\sqrt{2}\]

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    but i think there is a problem with the directions because that makes b= 2

  13. jackthegreatest
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    but ill have to go with the height as 2 then

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    so r u able to find the answer just by knowing the height now?

  15. anonymous
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    is it 2.4?

  16. jackthegreatest
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    it can tell u right now that the surface area is 64 inches squared though

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