
what is the surface area of the right cone below
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evangelinestuart446  1 month ago

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The surface area of a right cone is given by the equation S = πrl + πr2, where r is the radius of the base, and l is the slant height. For the right cone below, r = 8 and l = 10 S = π(8)(10) + π(8)2 = 224π + 64π = 288π ≈ 904.2

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Marissa Ochoa

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Surface Area = πr(r + s) Where r = radius and s = slant height Given: r = 6 cm, s = 10 cm Surface Area = π(6)(6 + 10) Surface Area = π(16) Surface Area = 50.24 cm²

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