Volume = Base x Height /3 Where base is the area of the base circle (pi*radius*radius) and Height is the perpendicular distance from the base to the apex of the cone
A+ = 28 centimeters cubed
The volume of a cone whose base has a radius of 8cm and whose height is 10 cm is: 670cm3
The volume of this cone is 15,400 cm3
Presumably it's a cone or a pyramid: 1/3*base area*height = volume Make the base area the subject of the formula: base area = (volume*3)/height
Find the perpendicular height from the apex to the base.The volume is one third of the base area times the perpendicluar height.
The volume of a cone is base×height÷3base×height÷3=144×π×10÷3base×height÷3=1440π÷3
Volume of a cone = 1/3*pi*radius2*height
volume=pi*radius squared*height/3, where radius is the radius of the cylinder (and will be the radius of the base of the cone),and height is the lenth of the cylinder.
You calculate 1/3 times the base area s the height. The height should be perpendicular to the base.
The base radius ( or diameter) and the height
Use the equation for the volume of a cone, replace the known height and volume, and solve the resulting equation for the radius.