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If the slant height of a right cone is 5 inches, and the radius of its base is 3 inches, what is the lateral area of the cone?
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In this question, this land height of a cone is five And radius of its base is 3″. And we have to find the lateral surface area of the code. Now the lateral surface area of the cone is equal to pi times R times L where R is the radius of the cone and L. Is the slant height of the cold. Now, coming to our question here, this land height of the cone, It’s given us 5″. Therefore we can write that slanty height…