Posted by **Scott- Ms Sue can you help** on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at 1:39pm.

How much paper is used for a label on a can of frosting. The height of the jar is 5 inches and the radius is 1.5 inches

I did SA=2TTrh+2TTr^2

SA=2TT1.5(5)+2TT1.5^2

SA=15TT + 2TT2.25

SA=15TT=4.5TT SA=19.5TT

SA=61.261

SA=61.3in^2

61.3in squared of paper was used for the label

Did I do these steps correctly? Thanks for your help!

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