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A cylindrical building is 30 meters in diameter and 50 meters high. The outside of the building, excluding the roof, is completely covered in glass. To nearest square foot, what is the total area of the glass?


Alright class, let's take a look at this problem. The glass that covers the outside of a cylindrical building is said to have a total area of 80 meters. We need to determine the height of the cylinder, which is denoted as 'h' and is the perpendicular distance between its circular bases. Remember, there are two types of cylinder, but in this case, we are dealing with a cylindrical building that has a diameter of 30 meters and a height of 50 meters. To calculate the area of the glass, we need to add the length of the building and its diameter. So, the formula for area is: Area = length of building + diameter. When we plug in the values, we get Area = 30 + 50 which equals 80. Therefore, the total area of the glass is indeed 80 meters. If anyone wants to learn more about calculating the area of a cylinder, check out brainly.com/question/1631786 #SPJ2.