# Oblique Cylinder

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• Oblique cylinder (a three-dimensional figure) has both bases not alligned above each other and the center not at 90° to the other base center.
• 2 bases

### Height of a Oblique Cylinder formula

$$h = l \; sin(x)$$
Symbol English Metric
$$h$$ = height $$in$$ $$mm$$
$$x$$ = angle $$deg$$ $$rad$$
$$l$$ = length $$in$$ $$mm$$

### Lateral surface area of a Oblique Cylinder formula

$$A_l = 2\; \pi \; r \; l$$
Symbol English Metric
$$A_l$$ = lateral surface area (side) $$in^2$$ $$mm^2$$
$$\ l$$ = length $$in$$ $$mm$$
$$\pi$$ = Pi  $$3.141 592 653 ...$$
$$r$$ = radius $$in$$ $$mm$$

### Surface area of a Oblique Cylinder formula

$$A_s = l + 2 \; \pi \;r^2$$
Symbol English Metric
$$A_s$$ = surface area (bottom, top, side) $$in^2$$ $$mm^2$$
$$l$$ = length $$in$$ $$mm$$
$$\pi$$ = Pi  $$3.141 592 653 ...$$
$$r$$ = radius $$in$$ $$mm$$

### Volume of a Oblique cylinder formula

$$V = \pi\; r^2\;h$$
Symbol English Metric
$$V$$ = volume $$in^3$$ $$mm^3$$
$$h$$ = height $$in$$ $$mm$$
$$\pi$$ = Pi  $$3.141 592 653 ...$$
$$r$$ = radius $$in$$ $$mm$$

Tags: Cylinder