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As long as we have the diameter or radius and the height of the cylinder, we are able to find its surface area in no time. The surface area of a cylinder is basically adding the surface are of a rectangle and two circles together. The most difficult part is to find the circumference of the circles, which is also one of the sides of the rectangle.

Basic concepts: Nets of 3-dimensional shapes, Circles and circumference , Areas and sectors of circles,

Related concepts: Surface area of 3-dimensional shapes, Surface area and volume of cylinders, Arcs of a circle,

- 1.Determine the surface area of the cylinder.a)height: 7 cm, radius: 3 cmb)height: 12 cm, radius: 3 cm
- 2.Find the surface area of the tube below.

- 3.Find the surface area of the tube below.

a)Which cylinder has a larger surface area?b)Change the height of cylinder A so that cylinders A and B will have the same surface area.

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Surface Area of 3-Dimensional Shapes

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Introduction to surface area of 3-dimensional shapes

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Nets of 3-dimensional shapes

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Surface area of prisms

11.4

Surface area of cylinders

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