# HOW DOES tripling the radius affect the surface area of a cylinder?

### Table of Contents

- HOW DOES tripling the radius affect the surface area of a cylinder?
- What happens when you triple the radius of a cylinder?
- What happens to the surface area of a sphere if the radius is tripled the surface area is multiplied by?
- How do u calculate the surface area of a cylinder?
- How many times larger is the volume of a cylinder if the radius is doubled?
- Which cylinder has the greatest volume?
- How many times does the surface area of a cylinder increase?
- What happens to surface area when radius is doubled?
- How to calculate the surface integral of a cylinder?
- How to calculate the semiaxis of a cylinder with a plane?

### HOW DOES tripling the radius affect the surface area of a cylinder?

Answer: So tripling the **radius triples the lateral surface area involves the square of the radius**. (b) tripling the radius multiplies the lateral surface area by 3, because the formula for the lateral surface area, , only involves the radius to the first power.

### What happens when you triple the radius of a cylinder?

Answer: It **will become nine times of the original volume**. Therefore, the volume will be multiplied by nine.

### What happens to the surface area of a sphere if the radius is tripled the surface area is multiplied by?

- Therefore, if you multiply the radius by 3, or triple the radius, the surface area **increase by a factor of 9 (3^2=9)**.

### How do u calculate the surface area of a cylinder?

1:145:35How to Find the Surface Area of a Cylinder | Math with Mr. J - YouTubeYouTube

### How many times larger is the volume of a cylinder if the radius is doubled?

Correct answer: When the radius doubles (r becomes 2r) you get π(2r)2h = 4πr2h. So when the radius doubles, the volume quadruples, giving a new volume of **80**.

### Which cylinder has the greatest volume?

**Cylinder 1** has the greatest volume.

### How many times does the surface area of a cylinder increase?

The surface area will become 4 times ie increase by 3 times if both radius and height of the cylinder are doubled. The surface area will become 3 times ie increase by 2 times if radius and height are equal and only radius is doubled. The surface area will become ie increase to 2 (1+r/ (r+h)) times if radius is doubled and height remains unchanged.

### What happens to surface area when radius is doubled?

The surface area will become ie increase to 2 (1+r/ (r+h)) times if radius is doubled and height remains unchanged. If the height of a cone is doubled and the radius is halved, what changes are in the volume of the cone?

### How to calculate the surface integral of a cylinder?

Rescale the normal to unit size and you get: If you draw the vertical cross section (the figure on the right), you can see a right triangle that relates the radius of the cylinder with the hypotenuse (the semiaxis): Thanks for contributing an answer to Mathematics Stack Exchange!

### How to calculate the semiaxis of a cylinder with a plane?

The intersection of a cylinder with a plane is an ellipse. Find the semiaxes of the ellipse and you get S = πab The minor semiaxis is always the same as the radius of the cylinder, in this case b = r = 2. The major semiaxis can be calculated from the angle between the plane and the cylinder axis.