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Find the sq ft of the interior of a cylinder the diameter is 24 inches, the depth is 20 feet.

- mchiappone

2*Â¶*r^2 + 2*Â¶*r*h.

r=radius=diameter/2=24/2=12 feet

h=height =

So in order to finish your answer you need the height of the cylinder and not the depth in order to substitute a number for the h portion of this formula. I hope this answer helps.

r=radius=diameter/2=24/2=12 feet

h=height =

So in order to finish your answer you need the height of the cylinder and not the depth in order to substitute a number for the h portion of this formula. I hope this answer helps.

- robertR0931
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