a. Sketch a wrapper like the one described above, using the actual size of your cone. Ignore any overlap required for assembly. (Flatten the wrapper.)
Check when done
b. Use your sketch to help you develop an equation the owner can use to calculate the surface area of a wrapper (including the lid) for another cone given its base had a radius of length, r, and a slant height, s.
c. Using measurements of the radius of the base and slant height of your cone, and your equation from the previous step, find the surface area of your cone. Show your work on separate paper.
d. The company has a large rectangular piece of paper that measures 100 cm by 150 cm. Estimate the maximum number of complete wrappers sized to ﬁt your cone that could be cut from this one piece of paper. Explain your estimate.
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