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Jack knows the surface area of a cylinder and its radius. He wants to find the cylinder's height. He needs to rewrite the formula a=2[latex] \pi [/latex] r (r+h) to find the cylinder's height (h) in terms of the cylinder’s surface area (A) and its radius (r). Which is the correct formula? a) h = r + [latex] \frac{a}{2 \pi r} [/latex]  b) h = [latex] \frac{a}{2 \pi r} [/latex] c) h = [latex] \frac{a}{2 \pi r} - r^{2} [/latex] d) h = [latex] \frac{a}{2 \pi r} - r[/latex]

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English1

maybe is the answer C

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