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what is the total surface area in meters of a cylinder that is 12m in diameter and 14m in height

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    circumference = 2 pi * 6
    height = 14
    so area of sides = 28 *6 * pi
    then add the area of the top plus the bottom
    pi (6)^2 + pi (6)^2

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