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A cylinder has a surface area of 360pi, and is 3 units tall.

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A cylinder has a surface area of 360pi, and is 3 units tall. What is the diameter of the cylinder's circular base?

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A cylinder has a surface area of 360pi, and is 3 units tall. What is the diameter of the cylinder's circular base?

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The surface are of a cylinder is \(2(\pi{r^2}) + 2\pi{rh}\) --> \(2(\pi{r^2}) + 6\pi{r}=360\pi\) --> \(r^2+3r-180=0\) --> \(r=-15\) (discard) or \(r=12\) --> \(d=24\)
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sir, pls do simple and clear steps to simplify it...

2(\pi{r^2}) + 6\pi{r}=360\pi
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