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Here are formulas for
some of the most commonly used cylinders, cones, and spheres, all with symmetry about the axis of rotation.
Equations for surface area and circumference are provided.

Source: CRC Standard Math Tables, 1987

B_{1}= area of lower base

B_{2}= area of upper base

D = diameter

h = altitude

R = radius of base

S = lateral surface

s = slant length,

T = total surface

V = volume

B

D = diameter

h = altitude

R = radius of base

S = lateral surface

s = slant length,

T = total surface

V = volume

SphereZone and Segment of One Base |

Zone
and Segment of Two Bases |

Lune
, in radians |

Spherical
Sector |

Right
Circular Cylinder |

Right
Circular Cone |

Frustum
of Right Circular Cone |

Source: CRC Standard Math Tables, 1987