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- Find the total surface area of a frustum of a cone. (Include top and bottom).
The equation that I have for volume is v=1/3 pi x h(r^2+rR+R^2)
-the equation that I have found for total surface area is s=pi(r+R) square root((r-R)^2+h^2)
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