Posted by **Carrie** on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at 4:40pm.

I am doing an ice cream cone project for math on cones and had to figure out the surface area for them, but there is a question that is "how to the surface and lateral area of each relate?" my teacher said you will see a pattern but i dont.

i.e.

sa= 13,293.5 and la= 10,831.7

and the surface areas decrease in the chart, so does that mean the answer is that the laterals also decrease?

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