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If we take a circle and a hemisphere of the same radius, then the total surface area of the hemisphere is___ times the area of the circle.


Solution

Let the radius of hemisphere and circle be r.

Then, area of a circle =  πr2

Total surface area of hemisphere = 3πr2

Hence, total surface area of the hemisphere is three times area of the circle.
 

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