- Which has more surface area?
- What is the difference between total surface area and volume?
- How do I find my CSA and TSA?
- Is TSA and CSA same?
- Does surface area mean TSA or CSA?
- What is curved surface?
- What is the formula of CSA?
- What is the CSA of cube?
- What is meant by CSA in maths?
- What is CSA and TSA of cylinder?
- What is the CSA of cuboid?
- How do you increase surface area?

## Which has more surface area?

In fact, the sphere is the shape with minimal surface area among all bodies of the same volume, by the isoperimetric inequality.

So the cube has a higher surface area..

## What is the difference between total surface area and volume?

Surface area is the sum of the areas of all the faces of the solid figure. Finding surface area of solid figure is like finding how much wrapping paper that is required to cover the solid; it is the area of the outside faces of a box. … Volume is the number of unit cubes that make up a solid figure.

## How do I find my CSA and TSA?

Jaanvi. LSA(Lateral Surface Area) or CSA(Curved Surface Area) is the area of faces except for top and base and TSA means Total surface area. Now the question is how we can identify if the question is about TSA OR LSA. LSA denotes the area of all regions except the base while TSA is the total area of the solid figure.

## Is TSA and CSA same?

TSA is the total surface area including the curved surface area and the base area and CSA is only the curved surface area exclding the base area. TSA is the total surface area including the curved surface area and the base area and CSA is only the curved surface area exclding the base area.

## Does surface area mean TSA or CSA?

When they say surface area it means csa . no! … most of the time if the given solid or article is csa they mention it as CSA and smetimes for tsa they dnt menton it they just say it is to find surface area. so according to me it is TSA-total surface area.

## What is curved surface?

The curved surface is a rounded surface which is not flat. Curved Surface. Flat Surface. An object can have a curved surface all around it. Such objects have only one surface throughout.

## What is the formula of CSA?

TSA = 2πr2 + 2πrh Where, 2πr2 is the area of the top and bottom circular face and 2πrh is the area of the curved surface.

## What is the CSA of cube?

Cube and Cuboid FormulasCubeCuboidTotal Surface Area = 6(side)2Total Surface area = 2 (Length x Breadth + breadth x height + Length x height)Lateral Surface Area = 4 (Side)2Lateral Surface area = 2 height(length + breadth)Volume of cube = (Side)3Volume of the cuboid = (length × breadth × height)2 more rows•Nov 19, 2020

## What is meant by CSA in maths?

Consider a cylinder of radius r and height h. The total surface area (TSA) includes the area of the circular top and base, as well as the curved surface area (CSA).

## What is CSA and TSA of cylinder?

Consider a cylinder of radius r and height h. The total surface area (TSA) includes the area of the circular top and base, as well as the curved surface area (CSA).

## What is the CSA of cuboid?

A cuboid whose length, breadth and height are equal is called a cube. The Curved surface area of cuboid is the sum of the areas of its six faces. … CSA of a cuboid is calculated using the given Curved Surface Area (CSA) Of Cuboid Formula. First add both length and breadth, then multiply by 2 with Height.

## How do you increase surface area?

Making the reactants smaller in size increases the surface area for the same mass of the reactants. A simple experiment is to place different sizes of sugar into room temperature liquid, Place the same mass of sugar in different forms into the same volume of room temperature water..