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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Volume and Surface Area of Cones

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From: Brianne <who_flung_poo1@yahoo.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004041112:16:19
Subject: Re: surface area of cones and cylinders



The surface area of cones is equal to the area of the base, plus the
lateral area of the cone. The surface area of the base is equal to pi
x radius2. The lateral area is equal to pi x radius x length, where
legnth is the slant height of the cone. So, the surface area of a cone
is equal to pi x radius2 + pi x radius x length.

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