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what is the lateral surface area of the cone with radius 9cm and slant 12.5cm?
possible answers;
221cm^2
240cm^2
304cm^2
620cm^2

Could someone please help

  • geometry -

    for a cone of radius r, slant s,

    L = πrs

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