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Precalc0011to0016-page35

# Precalc0011to0016-page35 - spreading it out as the...

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(Section 0.15: Plane and Solid Geometry) 0.15.3 Note 2 (Cylinder) The volume equals the circular base area times the height . The total surface area equals the sum of the lateral surface area and the two circular base areas . The lateral surface area equals the base circumference times the height . • Consider the area of a soup can label. Imagine slitting the label along the red dashed line segment below and
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Unformatted text preview: spreading it out as the rectangle on the right. Note 3 (Cone) The volume equals one-third of the volume of the right circular cylinder with the same base radius and height. (The cone “fits snugly” within this cylinder.) The total surface area equals the sum of the lateral surface area and the circular base area ....
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