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# If the radius of the base of a solid cone is 'r' and its slant height is 1 then what is its lateral surface area?

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Lateral surface area of cone=πrl =π×r×1 πr

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Lateral surface area of cone=πrl Since l=1 LSA=πr1 => LSA = πr unit square

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Radius = r slant height=l=1 So, lateral surface area of cone=πrl =πrX1 =πr

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Lateral surface area=π×r×l Given l=1 LSR= πr

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