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Truncated Cone (Posted on 2004-01-23) Difficulty: 3 of 5
If you have a truncated cone such that its upper base has a radius of a and the radius of its [larger] lower base is b, and a height h (between bases), how could you figure out its surface area using geometric reasoning?

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re(2): general equation: | Comment 6 of 10 |
(In reply to re: general equation: by Richard)

Actually I did it by integration and came up with the same formula as Ady. I can't see how its wrong....
  Posted by Jils on 2004-01-26 06:51:04

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