the surface of a tin can, can be found by using formula A=2pie(r)^2 + 2 pie(r)h. A = Area R = Radius H = Height. Write h as a functoin of A and R

im real sorry guys im just not understanding this...

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- Dec 4th 2006, 05:00 PMeah1010function of cylinder
the surface of a tin can, can be found by using formula A=2pie(r)^2 + 2 pie(r)h. A = Area R = Radius H = Height. Write h as a functoin of A and R

im real sorry guys im just not understanding this... - Dec 4th 2006, 05:05 PMQuick
- Dec 4th 2006, 06:18 PMAfterShock
- Dec 5th 2006, 05:01 AMOReilly
- Dec 5th 2006, 09:50 AMtopsquark
Really? I didn't know that. I once had a 10 minute discussion with a guy on the correct way to pronounce $\displaystyle \xi$. He wasn't Greek himself, but had studied it a bit. (I had a Korean Physics professor who simply called it "squiggly." :) ) Of course, if I started talking to someone about "pee" they'd never understand I was talking about "pi."

-Dan