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A cone has a diameter of 12 feet and a slant height of 20 feet, if you triple both dimensions will it triple the surface area?? PLEASE ANSWER QUICKLY!!!

No. Areas are proportional to the square of linear dimensions, for similar figures. In your case, the area increases by a factor of 9.
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