Surface Area of a Cylinder Worksheets

The surface area of a cylinder is nothing but the sum of the areas of its curved surface and two circular bases. In terms of formula, it's something like this: 2πrh + πr2 + πr2. Make spectacular headway in calculating the surface area of cylinders with this set of printable worksheets for grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8! The practice includes not only calculating the surface area of the figure where attributes are supplied in integer, fractional, and decimal dimensions, but also finding an attribute using the surface area with the exercises here. Some of our worksheets can be downloaded cost-free!

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Surface Area of Cylinders | Integers - Easy

Breeze through the concept of surface area with this practice set for 6th grade and 7th grade students. Apply the given radius and height in the formula 2πr(h + r), and find the surface area of the cylinders here.

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Surface Area of Cylinders | Integers - Moderate

Upgrade your practice of calculating the surface area of cylindrical figures from easy to moderate. In an array of cylinders with varied sizes, every cylinder has its radius/diameter and the height clearly depicted.

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Surface Area of Cylinders | Decimals

Help students catch up to their grade standards in determining the surface area of cylinders with these pdf worksheets render the attributes of the figures in decimals. Follow the formula and figure out the surface area.

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Surface Area of Cylinders | Fractions

Let 7th grade students be on top of their game in calculating the surface area of cylinders with this batch of printable worksheets. The radius/diameter and height are given in fractional dimensions.

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Finding the Missing Measure

Extend your skills in finding a missing attribute with these pdf exercises featuring 20+ practice problems. Figure out the missing height, radius, or diameter of the cylinder using the given surface area.

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