# Cylinders Formulas for Competitive Exams

## Cylinders Formulas for Competitive Exams

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Cylinder Definition:** Cylinder is a 3d figure, in geometry, which has two parallel
circular bases joined a curved surface at a particular distance from the centre.
LPG gas-cylinder, iron rods, plastic cold drinks cans are the
real-life examples of cylinders.

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Formulas:**

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Area of the circle of the Cylinder, A= Ï€r²**

Area of two circles of the cylinder, A= 2Ï€r²

**Curved Surface Area Cylinder, A =2Ï€rh**

Total surface area of the Cylinder, A = 2Ï€r(r+h)

Total surface area of the Cylinder, A = 2Ï€r(r+h)

Volume of the Cylinder, V = Ï€r²h

Volume of the Cylinder, V = Ï€r²h

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Cylinders Formulas for Competitive Exams
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