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Does anyone know of such a formula? One that will yield the ratio of Volume to Surface Area of a cylinder when the radius remains constant and the height varies?

My thoughts so far:

If one dimension of any 3-D object is increased, the surface area of that object will increase by the square of that dimension, but the volume will increase by the cube of the dimension, right? So won't the volume always be the surface area to the power of three-halves (

*v=a*)?

^{3/2}Thanks for any help you can render.