Lesson Worksheet: Surface Areas of Cylinders Mathematics • 8th Grade
In this worksheet, we will practice calculating surface areas of cylinders and solving word problems in real-world context.
There are two cylinders. The first is of radius 7 and height 4 and the second is of radius 6 and height 7. Which cylinder has the larger surface area?
- Athe second cylinder
- Bthe first cylinder
Find the surface area of a cylinder whose base is a circle of radius 21 cm and whose height is 9 cm. Use .
Hannah and Michael were calculating the surface area of a cylinder of height 28 and radius 9. Hannah found the surface area to be , and Michael found it to be . Who is correct?
The given diagram shows a cylinder of radius and height .
An expression for the total surface area of the cylinder is .
What does the term represent?
- Athe curved surface area
- Bthe area of the base of the cylinder
- Cthe area of a circular face
- Dthe area of the two circular faces
- Edouble the area of the curved surface
Factor the total surface area expression completely.
Determine, to the nearest tenth, the surface area of the cylinder shown.
Determine, to the nearest tenth, the surface area of a cylindrical barrel of diameter 22 inches and height 2.2 inches.
Emma and Mason were calculating the surface area of a cylinder of height 16 and radius 6. Emma found the surface area to be , and Mason found it to be . Who is correct?
Calculate the lateral surface area of the cylinder below rounded to one decimal place.