Total Surface Area of a Cuboid
What is the surface area of the cuboidal box which is open at the top, if:
l= length of the cuboid,
b= breadth of the cuboid and
h= height of the cuboid
- 170 cm3
- 150 cm3
- 180 cm3
- 120 cm3
Which among the following will have the largest value?
Surface area of a cube with side 6 cm.
Surface area of a cuboid with l=7 cm, b=6 cm and h=5 cm.
Surface area of the walls of a cube having side 8 cm.
Surface area of the walls of a cuboid having l=10 cm, b=5 cm and h=6 cm.
The surface area of a cuboid is 1372 cm2. If its dimensions (l:b:h) are in the ratio 4 : 2 : 1, then its length(in cm) is:
A Cuboid has length, breadth and height of 6 cm, 4 cm and 2 cm respectively. Find the total surface area of Cuboid.
The length of a cuboid is twice its breadth. The breadth is twice its height. Find the ratio of the lateral surface area to the total surface area of the cuboid. Given that the height of the cuboid is 2 cm.
The total surface area of a cuboid with dimensions of 26 m, 14 m and 6.5 m respectively is