TSA of open cylinder (from both up and down) = CSA of that cylinder

TSA is 1056 cm²

Answer:

The total surface area (A) of an open cylinder can be calculated using the formula:

A = 2\pi r (r + h) \]

where:

- \( r \) is the radius of the cylinder,

- \( h \) is the height of the cylinder.

For your given values (radius \( r = 14 \) cm and height \( h = 12 \) cm):

\[ A = 2\pi \times 14 \times (14 + 12) \]

Calculate this expression to find the total surface area.

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TSA of open cylinder (from both up and down) = CSA of that cylinder

TSA is 1056 cm²

Answer:The total surface area (A) of an open cylinder can be calculated using the formula:

A = 2\pi r (r + h) \]

where:

- \( r \) is the radius of the cylinder,

- \( h \) is the height of the cylinder.

For your given values (radius \( r = 14 \) cm and height \( h = 12 \) cm):

\[ A = 2\pi \times 14 \times (14 + 12) \]

Calculate this expression to find the total surface area.