Right Circular Cylinder
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In the above figure, r is the radius of the base and h is the height of a right circular cylinder. A cylinder is generated by rotating a rectangle or a square by fixing one of its sides.
 Volume = area of base Ã— height
 Curved surface area (CSA) = Perimeter of base Ã— height
 Total surface area (TSA) = LSA + Area of the top + Area of the base
Some important deductions
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 If the above rectangular sheet of paper (ABCD) is rolled along its length to form a cylinder, then the radius (r) of the cylinder will be (L/2Ï€) and its height will be b and Volume of this cylinder = , where L is the length of the rectangle.
