Anthony T. answered • 06/10/21

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The lateral surface area of a cylinder is circumference x height C x h = 189 x pi cm^{2}

If each dimension is 1/3 the original, the new circumference is 1/3 C, and the new height is 1/3 h, so the new

area would be C/3 x h/3 = C x h / 9.

The new lateral surface area is 1/9 the original area.