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Section 7.4

Cylinders

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A solid that consists of a circular region and its translated image on a parallel plane with a lateral surface connecting the circles Cylinder
The faces formed by the circular region and its translated image Bases of the cylinder
A segment that has endpoints in the planes containing the bases and is perpendicular to both planes. Altitude of a Cylinder
Length of an altitude Height of a Cylinder
The segment joining the centers of the two bases. Axis of a Cylinder
What type of cylinder is perpendicular to the bases? A right Cylinder
What type of cylinder is not perpendicular to the bases? Oblique Cylinder
What is the formula for the Surface Area of a Right Cylinder S=LA + 2B or S=2Π + 2Πr(squared)
What is the formula for the Volume of a Cylinder? V = Bh or V = Π(squared)h
What is the formula for a circumference of a cylinder? C = Πd
What is the formula for the lateral area of a cylinder? LA = Ch
What is the formula for the base of a cylinder? B=Πr(squared)
Created by: Kelly Arledge