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# Surface Area of Cylinders

## SA = 2πr(h+r)

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## Surface Area of Cylinders

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Learn to identify the surface area of cylinders by using nets.
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## Surface Area of Cylinders

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Learn how to calculate the surface area of a cylinder.
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## Icing on the Cake

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Surface Area of Cylinders Interactive
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## Why Do Supertankers Float?

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Discover how supertankers can float in water despite being so heavy.
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## Making Labels

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Learn how a soup can label became an icon of American pop culture.
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## Strumming Cylinders

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Find out where you can find a cylinder in a banjo.
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