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25)

= 6a2 ∴ SA = 37.5 in2

= 6 * 52 cm2 7. SA = 6 × e2

= 6 * 25 cm2 SA = 6 × 4.52

= 6a2 = 216 = 6s2

6 6

= 6 * 172 cm2

= 36 = s2

= 6 * 289 cm2

∴S=6

∴ 1734 cm2

9. Let the edge of the cube be l meters,

3. Given that s = 3

Then we have the total surface area = 6l2

Surface Area of a Cube

SA = 4056 square meters

= 6s2

6l2 = 4056

= 6(3)2

l2 = 4056/6

∴ 54 cm2

l2 = 676

4. SA = 6 × a2

SA = 6 × (1/2)2 √𝑙2 = √676

SA = 6 × 1/2 × 1/2 l = 26

SA = 6 × 1/4 ∴ 26 meters.

10. SA = 6s2

∴ SA = 1.5 cm2

5. SA = 6 × a2 = 6(12)2

= 6 a2 = 6 x 42

∴ SA = 384 cm2

6. SA = 6s2 = 96 cm2

SA = 6 (2.5)2 =6x1x1

= 6 cm2 V = 43

Number of new cubes V = 64 cc

=4/1=4 The surface area of the smaller cubes = 6

(12) = 6 cm2

= SA of all small cubes

= 64 * 6 = 384 cm2

= 96 x 4

The surface area of the big (original)

∴ 384 cm2

cube

12. Let the edge = a cm

= 6(42) = 6*16 = 96 cm2

So increase by 50 % = a + a/ 2 = 3a/2

% increase

2

TSA of original cube = 6a

= (384 – 96) / 96 × 100

2

TSA of new cube = 6 (3a/ 2)

∴ 300%

2 2 2

= 6 x 9a / 4 = 54a / 4 = 13.5a

16. Surface area of rectangular prism

2 2

Increase in area = 13.5a - 6 a

= 2 (l w + w h + l h) l

2 2 2

= 7.5a Increase % = (7.5a / 6a ) x 100

= 7 cm; w = 10 cm; h = 3 cm

∴ 125%

Surface area

13. Length of side is 6 cm or a = 1/6

= 2(7 × 10 + 7 × 3 + 3 × 10)

Surface area of the cube:

= 242 in2

SA = 6 a2

17. Surface area of rectangular prism

2

SA = 6 × (1/6)

= 2 (l w + w h + l h) l

∴ SA = 1/6 cm2

= 5 in; w = 6 in; h = 4 in

14. Given that:

= 2(5 × 6 + 5 × 4 + 6 × 4)

Side length (a) = 10.7 cm

= 148 in2

Surface area of the cube:

18. Given,

2

SA = 6 a

b = 6 cm

2

SA = 6 × (10.7)

l = 4 cm

∴ SA = 686.94 cm2

h = 10 cm

15. The volume of the big cube:

Surface area of a rectangular prism

3

V=a

= 2(bl + lh + hb)

= 2(6 cm × 4 cm + 4 cm × 10 cm + 10 = 2 (6 × 5 + 6 × 3 + 5 × 3)

cm × 6 cm)

∴ 126 in2

= 2(24 cm2 + 40 cm2 + 60 cm2)

21. Area of the 2 bases

2

= 2 × 124 cm

= 2 x 1 bh

∴ 248 cm2 2

19. Given, =2x1x4x3

2

b = 13 cm

= 12 cm2

l = 9 cm

1 rectangle with length

h = 17 cm

= 7 cm and width = 5 cm

Surface area of a rectangular prism

Area = lw = 7 × 5 = 35 cm2

= 2(bl + lh + hb)

1 rectangle with length

= 2(13 cm × 9 cm + 9 cm × 17 cm + 17

cm × 13 cm) = 7 cm and width 3 m

= 2(117 cm2 + 153 cm2 + 221 cm2) Area = lw = 7 × 3 = 21 cm2

= 2 × 491 cm2 1 rectangle with length

is 2 × 5 × 6 = 60 in2

The total surface area is 12 + 35 + 21 +

Total area of front and back surfaces is 2 28

× 5 × 3 = 30 in2

∴ 96 cm2

Total area of the two side surfaces is

We can also use the formula:

2 × 6 × 3 = 36 in2

Surface area of prism =

Surface area of cuboid

2 × area of base + perimeter of base ×

= 60 + 30 + 36

height

∴ 126 in2

= 2 × 6 + (3 + 4 + 5) × 7

or

∴ 96 cm2

l = 6 in, w = 5 in and h = 3 in

22. SA=bh + (s1+s2+s3) H

Surface area of cuboid

SA=3(4) + (3+6+6) (8)

= 2(lw + lh + wh)

SA=12+15(8) 26. Surface area of sphere

SA=12+120 = 4π r2

23. SA=bh+ (s1+s2+s3) H = 4 × 3.14 × 3.2 × 3.2

SA=5(4) + (5+6+6) (8) ∴ 128.6 cm2

SA=20+17(8) 27. SA = 4π r2

SA=20+136 =

4π x 42

∴ SA=156 in2 = 4π x 16

24. SA=bh+ (s1+s2+s3) H ∴ 64π ft2

SA=48+20(10) =1

𝑥22 = 11𝑐𝑚

2

SA=48+200

SA= 4 x π x 112

∴ SA=248 ft2

∴ SA = 1520.5 cm2

25. There are 2 rectangles with length =

29. Given that:

5 cm and width = 3 cm

Area = 2 × 5 × 3 = 30 cm2 r =5.5

= 5 cm and width = 4 cm

SA = 4 × π × r2

Area = 5 × 4 = 20 cm2

SA = 4 × π × (5.5)2

There is one rectangle with length

= 5 cm and width = 2 cm SA = 4 × 3.14 × 30.25

Area = 5 × 2 = 10 cm2

SA = 379.94

There are two trapezoids.

∴ The surface area of the sphere is

1 379.94 m2.

Area = 2𝑥 2 (2 + 4)𝑥 cm2 = 6 x cm2

30. SA = 4 × π × r2

Sum of area

30 + 20 + 10 + 6x = 72 r2 = SA / (4π)

60 + 6x = 72

r2 =2464 / (4 × π)

x=2

r2 =196.054

∴ The value of x is 2.

r = √(196.054)

∴ r = 14.00 cm 900π

= = r2

4π

31. r = 18 cm

= √225 = √𝑟 2

The surface area of a sphere is given by:

= 15 = r

SA = 4 × π × r 2

∴ The radius length of the sphere is 15.

SA = 4 × π × 18 2

SA = 4 × π × 342

SA = 4069.44 cm2

4069.44 cm2. base

32. SA = 4 × π × r2

SA = 4 × 3.14 × 112 = × 4π r2 + π r2

SA = 1519.76

= 3π r2

∴ The surface area of sphere is 1519.76

cm2. = 3π (4)2

SA = 2 × π × r2

SA = 2 × π × 8.32 38. Original surface area = 4πr2 where r

SA = 432.62 is the radius.

∴ The surface area of the hemisphere

New radius = 1.3r

is therefore 432.62 cm2.

34. SA = 4 × π × r2 = 4 π (1.3r)2

SA = 4 × π × 62 = 4 × 1.69 × πr2

SA = 4 × π × 36

New surface area original surface area =

∴ SA = 452cm2 1.69

35. Surface area = 4pr2

∴ The new surface area will be 1.69

= 4 × 3.14 × 52 times the original surface area.

∴ 314

39. Radius = 6 cm

𝟗𝟎𝟎π 𝟒πr𝟐 Surface area = 2πr (r + h)

36. = =

𝟒π 𝟒π

∴ The surface area of a cylinder with a

diameter of 4 in. and a height of 10 in.

=

is 150.72 in. squared.

∴ 528 cm2

44. S.A. = (2)(28.26) + 2πr(10)

2

40. SA = 2 × pi × r + 2 × pi × r × h

Area of Circle (solve for r):

= 9 = r2

SA = 6.28 × 4 + 6.28 × 2

=r=3

SA = 25.12 + 12.56 S.A. = (2)(28.26) + 2π(3)(10)

S.A. = (2)(28.26) + (2)(3.14)(3)(10)

∴ Surface area = 37.68 cm2

S.A. = 56.52 + 188.4

2

41. SA = 2 × pi × r + 2 × pi × r × h

S.A. = 244.92

SA = 2 × 3.14 × 42 + 2 × 3.14 × 4 × 3 ∴ The total surface area of a cylinder

whose end has an area of 28.26 sq. ft.

SA = 6.28 × 16 + 6.28 × 12 and a height of 10 is 244.92 sq. ft.

∴ Surface area = 175.84 cm2

= area of internal surface + area of

external surface + area of the two rings

42. S.A. = (2)π(5)2 + (2)π(5)(12)

= 2πrh + 2πRh + 2(πR2– πr2)

S.A. = (2)(3.14)(25) + (2)(3.14)(5)(12) = (2π × 2 × 10) + (2π × 2.4 × 10) + (2 ×

(2.42π – 22π))

S.A. = 157 + 376.8 = 40π + 48π + 3.52π

= 91.52π

S.A. = 533.8 = 91.52 × 3.142

∴ 287.56 cm2

∴ The surface area of a cylinder with a

46. The radius of the earth = 6369 km.

radius of 5 cm. and a height of 12 cm.

is 533.8 cm. squared. The surface area of the earth = 4π r2

43. S.A. = 2π(2)2 + 2π(2)(10) = 4π (6369)2

S.A. = (2)(3.14)(4) + (2)(3.14)(2)(10) ∴ 509485862 square km

S.A. = 25.12 + 125.6

47. = 4πr2

S.A. = 150.72

Surface area of the sphere = 1 / 4 × Total surface area of the earth

= 2πr2 + πr2

= 1 / 4 × 509006007

[surface area = curved surface area +

∴ 127251501 square km

area of base circle.]

50. The radius of the earth = 6365 km.

= 3πr2

The surface area of the earth = 4π r2

= 2(3πr2)

= 4 π(6365)2

= 6πr2

= 508846106 square.km

= 6πr2 - 4πr2

The surface area which is covered with

∴ 2πr2

water = 3 / 4 × Total surface area of the

48. Radii of two spheres = 1 in. and 2 in. earth

Surface area of sphere = 4πr2 = 3 / 4 × 508846106

4 × π × 12 = 4π × 1 in.2

4π × 22 = 4π × 4 in.2

sphere to the bigger sphere = 1 : 4

=1:4

smaller sphere to the bigger sphere is

1 : 4.

49. The radius of the earth = 6366 km.

The surface area of the earth = 4πr2

= 4π(6366)2

= 509006007

water = 3 / 4 × Total surface area of the

earth

(1- 3 / 4) × Total surface area of earth

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