Geometry Worksheets - Surface Area of Cylinders


Objective: I know how to calculate the surface area of cylinders

The surface area of a cylinder is given by the formula:
A = 2πr2+ 2πrh = 2πr( r + h)

Read this lesson on the surface area of cylinders if you need additional help.

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Find the surface areas of the following cylinders.
Take π = 3.14
Give your answer to the nearest tenths.
(Remember to include the relevant square unit in your answer)


radius = 2 cm, height = 4 cm
surface area =

diameter = 16 ft, height = 26 ft
surface area =

diameter = 2 in, height = 21 in
surface area =

diameter = 2 m, height = 16 m
surface area =

radius = 9 m, height = 15 m
surface area =

diameter = 10 mm, height = 24 mm
surface area =

diameter = 9 ft, height = 17 ft
surface area =

radius = 2 in, height = 25 in
surface area =

radius = 8 ft, height = 17 ft
surface area =

radius = 6 cm, height = 24 cm
surface area =

 


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