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what is a cuboid and why use a cereal box. Button navigates to signup page Comment on josiahfrancis’s post “what is a cuboid and why,”

Palomo’s reply was confusing. A cuboid is basically a box, A cereal box is a good example of a cuboid. Button navigates to signup page

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the SIDE and the FACE are the same things in usual context. One SIDE of a square is going to be equal to all the other SIDES of a square. A side is a face. Comment on NightmareChild’s post “the SIDE and the FACE are.”

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So, if I was to calculate the area of cuboid and the volume, would it be close in value? 600 is the volume of that box and 580 is the area, but are these two values always proportional? Button navigates to signup page Comment on TheOGBahBah’s post “So, if I was to calculate.”

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The surface area of the rectangular prism(or cube) is S=Ph+2B S=Surface Area P=perimeter of the base(you can choose any two parallel sides for the base) h=height between 2 bases 2B=area of bases times 2 Comment on Praveen’s post “The surface area of the r.”

Is there a more simpler formula to find the surface area of a cubiod? I don’t understand the meaning of SA=2lw+2lh+2hw, my teacher told me a different formula to figure out the surface area of a cuboid but I forgot it. Button navigates to signup page Button navigates to signup page

Not unless it is a perfect cube (I.e. all sides have same length l=h=w). If, and only if, that is the case, then that formula you have simplifies to SA = 6x^2. Comment on Davin V Jones’s post “Not unless it is a perfec.”

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### What is the formula of surface area of cube and cuboid?

Cube and Cuboid Formulas – The formulas for cube and cuboid shapes are defined based on their surface areas, lateral surface areas and volume.

Cube | Cuboid |

Total Surface Area = 6(side) 2 | Total Surface area = 2 (length × breadth + breadth × height + length × height) |

Lateral Surface Area = 4 (Side) 2 | Lateral Surface area = 2 height(length + breadth) |

Volume of cube = (Side) 3 | Volume of the cuboid = (length × breadth × height) |

Diagonal of a cube = √3(side) | Diagonal of the cuboid =√( length 2 + breadth 2 +height 2 ) |

Perimeter of cube = 12 × side | Perimeter of cuboid = 4 (length + breadth + height) |

#### What is the formula for a cuboid?

Volume of cuboid (V) = length × breadth × height = Base area × height. As all the dimensions of the solid, l, b, h measure the same, the resulting solid is a cube.

## What is the surface area of a cube?

Surface Area of a cube is the total area of the outside surfaces of the cube and is given by A= 6a 2, where a is the edge. A cube has 6 identical square faces and hence it is also called as a hexahedron.

#### What is lateral surface area of a cuboid?

Lateral Area for Sphere –

The lateral surface area of a sphere is given by \(\begin 4\pi r^ \end \) where r is the radius of the sphere. Hence, the Curved Surface Area (CSA) of a Hemisphere is given by \(\begin 2\pi r^ \end \) where r is the radius of the sphere of which the hemisphere is a part. The total surface area (TSA) of a Hemisphere is given by 3π r 2,

Volume Formulas For Cube, Cuboid, Cylinder, Cone, Sphere

The Volume of a Cuboid is given by (area of base × height) i.e. height × (length × breadth). The volume of a Cube is given by \(\begin edge^ \end \), The Volume of a Cylinder is given by \(\begin \pi r^ h\end \) where r = radius of base and h = given height of the cylinder. The Volume of a Cone is given by \(\begin \frac \pi r^ h\end \) where r = base radius and h = height of the cone. The Volume of a Sphere is given by \(\begin \frac \pi r^ \end \) where r is the radius of the sphere.

: Lateral Area Formula for Three Dimensional Shapes

#### How many formulas does a cuboid have?

Cuboid Formulas

Property of Cuboid | Formula |
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Perimeter | 4(l + w + h) units |

Volume | (l × w × h) cubic units |

Surface Area (or Total Surface Area, TSA) | 2(lw + wh + lh) square units |

Lateral Surface Area, LSA | 2h (l + w) square units |

### Is surface area always cubed?

Basic Geometry – Surface Area Surface Area of a Cone = πr 2 + πrs To find the surface area of a cone, we need to find the area of the circular base and the area of the curved section. This one involves a new measurement, s, which is the length of the slanted part. If you take apart the cone, you get two surfaces, the circular base, and the curved sides. The area of the base is just πr 2, and the area of the curved section is πrs. So, the total surface area of a cone is πr 2 +πrs, Look Out : surface area is only two-dimensional and is expressed as units squared, not units cubed. This is because we are only dealing with the flat surfaces, not the inside space. : Basic Geometry – Surface Area

### Is surface area of a cube cubed or squared?

The area of a cube is the sum of the areas of the six congruent square faces that cover the surface of the cube. The area of a cube can be found using the formula SA = 6s^2, where SA is the surface area of the cube, in square units, and s is the length of one side of the cube, in units.

## What is the curved surface area of a cuboid?

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- Curved Surface Area
- = Area of faces of the cuboid excluding the top and the bottom face
- = Area of 4 faces
- = Area of front face + Area of Back face + Area of left-side face + Area of right-side face
- = (Length × Height) + (Length × Height) + (Breadth × Height) + (Breadth × Height)
- = 2 (Length × Height) +2 (Breadth × Height)
- = 2 × Height × ( Length + Breadth )
- = 2h (l + b)
- Hence the CSA of a cuboid is equal to 2h (l + b), where h, l and b are the height, length and breadth respectively.

#### Is the surface area the same as the lateral surface area?

Surface Area Definition – Surface area definition states that – The surface area is the area calculated for the three-dimensional object. As the three-dimensional object is made up of 2D faces, the surface area is the sum of the areas of all the faces of the figure.

- Cubes, cuboids, cones, cylinders are some of the three-dimensional objects.
- Therefore to find the surface area of such 3D objects we have to add the area of all its faces.
- We can use the basic area formula to calculate its faces as they are simple 2D figures, For example, a cube has six faces.
- Therefore, its surface area will be the sum of the areas of all six faces.

Since all the sides of a cube are squares, we can express the surface area of a cube as 6 x (Area of a square) Basically, the surface area can be classified as:

Curved Surface Area (CSA)

The curved surface area of an object is the area of all the curved surfaces in an object. For a right circular cylinder, The surface joining the two bases of a right circular cylinder is called its curved surface.

Lateral Surface Area (LSA)

The lateral surface of an object is the area of all the faces of the object, excluding the area of its base and top. For a cube, the lateral surface area would be the area of four sides. Total surface area is the area of all the faces including the bases.

- For a right circular cylinder, the sum of the lateral surface area or curved surface area and the base areas of both the circles will give the total surface area of the right circular cylinder.
- The area is the measure of a 2-dimensional object, for instance, we have to paint a side square wall of a hall.

A house is a 3d object but we are only interested in the area of the wall. The surface area is the 2-dimensional measure of the outside of something. For instance, by measuring the surface area of your hall we can determine the amount of paint needed to paint all the walls.

#### Why do you calculate surface area?

The surface area of a three-dimensional object is the total area of all its faces. In real-life we use the concept of surface areas of different objects when we want to wrap something, paint something, and eventually while building things to get the best possible design. Let us learn all about the surface area of 3D shapes in this article.

#### What is the formula of surface area and volume?

Shape | Surface Area | Volume |
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Cube | S A = 6 s i d e 2 | V o l u m e = s i d e 3 |

Cuboid | S A = 2 l w + w h + l h Where, length, width, height | V o l u m e = l e n g t h × w i d t h × h e i g h t |

Cylinder | S A = 2 π r h + 2 π r 2 Where radius of the circular base Height | V o l u m e = π r 2 h |

## What is the SA of a cylinder?

A cylinder’s volume is π r² h, and its surface area is 2π r h + 2π r². Learn how to use these formulas to solve an example problem. Created by Sal Khan.