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Figure P1.10 shows a frustum of a cone. Match each of the

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Figure P1.10 shows a frustum of a cone. Match each of the expressions (a) p(r1 1 r2)[h2 1 (r2 2 r1)2]1/2, (b) 2p(r1 1 r2), and (c) ph(r1 2 1 r1r2 1 r2 2)/3 with the quantity it describes: (d) the total circumference of the flat circular faces, (e) the volume, or (f) the area of the curved surface

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