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A level Maths radian modelling question

i know you would rearrange the volume formula to = h and substitute it to the surface area equation. but for the curved side of the shape would it be hr⊖?
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Reply 1
Original post by esha06
i know you would rearrange the volume formula to = h and substitute it to the surface area equation. but for the curved side of the shape would it be hr⊖?

Reply 2
Original post by esha06
i know you would rearrange the volume formula to = h and substitute it to the surface area equation. but for the curved side of the shape would it be hr⊖?

Yes. The arc length is r*theta, so the surface area is h times that.
Reply 3
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Reply 4
Original post by the bear
it is not the most exciting toy in the nursery...

just sayin'

:emo:

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Reply 5
Original post by mqb2766
I respectfully have to dis-a-brie. Sweet dreams are made of cheese after all.

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