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## How do you find the surface area of an open cone?

The total surface area of a cone with slant height and diameter of the cone can be found by using the formula, T = π(D/2) ((D/2) + l), where D is the Diameter and l is the slant height.

**How do you find the surface area of a cone with the diameter?**

First, divide the diameter by two to get the radius, 5 inches. Then use the formula for the area of a cone with slant height, like this: A = πr(r + l) A = π * 5 * (5 + 15) = 314.16 in²

### How do you find the surface area of an open ended cylinder?

The surface area of an open-top cylinder can be calculated by finding the area of the base and curved surface. Thus, the area of a cylinder without a top can be given as, the surface area of an open-top cylinder = πr(2h + r), where ‘r’ is the base radius and ‘h’ is the height of the cylinder.

**How do you find the surface area of a cone with diameter and height?**

Circular Cone Formulas in terms of radius r and height h:

- Volume of a cone: V = (1/3)πr2h.
- Slant height of a cone: s = √(r2 + h2)
- Lateral surface area of a cone: L = πrs = πr√(r2 + h2)
- Base surface area of a cone (a circle): B = πr.
- Total surface area of a cone: A = L + B = πrs + πr2 = πr(s + r) = πr(r + √(r2 + h2))

## What is an open cone?

The surface area of the main “open-ended” cone is the same as the surface area of a full (closed) cone minus the surface area of the cone that is a cap on the top. The surface area S of a cone is calculated based on the height h and the radius r at the base: So we need to find these quantities first.

**What is the surface area of the cone below?**

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### Why is the surface area of a cone pi rL?

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**What is the surface area of the cylinder?**

A cylinder’s volume is π r² h, and its surface area is 2π r h + 2π r².

## What is CSA and TSA of cylinder?

The total surface area (TSA) includes the area of the circular top and base, as well as the curved surface area (CSA). …

**What is 2pi RL?**

2πr is the circumference of the circle and h is the height. Area of the curved surface will be = 2πr × h = 2πrh.