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solve for variable h

s equals 2 pie rh +2 pie r squared

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    Looks like the surface area of a cylinder.

    S = 2 pi r*h + 2 pi r^2

    h = {S - 2*pi*r^2)/(2*pi*r)
    = S/(2*pi*r) - r

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