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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} The surface area of a cylinder can be calculated using the formula $S=2πrh+2πr_{2},$ where $r$ is the cylinder's radius and $h$ its height.

The cylinders surface area can be seen as three separate parts: top, bottom, and side. The area of the side has the shape of a rectangle and its area is given by $2πrh.$ The top and the bottom are circles and each one has the area $πr_{2}.$