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Determine the surface area of a label that covers the lateral surface of a cylindrical can with height 40 mm and diameter 24 mm.

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    area = 2πrh
    sub in your values

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    I came up with 3014.4mm is this correct

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    why don't you use the π value of your calculator?
    I got 3015.93

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