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In both cases, the formula for volume is 1/3 times the base area times the height.

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Q: How do you figure out the volume of a pyramid or a cone?
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Is a cone a pyramid or a prism?

A cone is a common pyramid-like figure where the base is a circle or other closed curve instead of a polygon. A cone has a curved lateral surface instead of several triangular faces, but in terms of volume, a cone and a pyramid are just alike.


The formula for the volume of a cone is most like the formula for the volume of which figure?

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What is the formula to figure out the volume of a square-based pyramid?

Vol = 1/3 * base area x vertical height for any pyramid (or cone).


What solid figure has only one base?

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How are the volumes of right pyramid and right cone related to the volume of a right prism and right cylinder?

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What is a solid figure with a point on top?

A star, cone, pyramid.


Which solid figure has only one base?

How about a cone or a pyramid


Who calculated the volume of a pryramids and cone?

We did and the volume of a pyramid and a cone is 1/3*base area*perpendicular height given in cubic units.


How do you find volume of cone and pyramid if they did not give you high?

You don't.


How do you figure cubic feet of volume in a cone?

The volume of a cone is exactly equal to one third the volume of a cylinder of equal height and radius. The volume of a cylinder is equal to πr2h, so the volume of a cone is πr2h/3


What is the formula for the volume of a pyramid and cone?

Cone: (1/3) * Pi * Radius² * Height Pyramid: (1/3) * (Base Area) * Height


Three dimensional figure with only one base?

pyramid or cone


What is a 3 dimensional figure with only 1 base?

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How do you find the volume of a circle based pyramid?

Wouldn't a circle-based pyramid look a lot like a cone ? If so, you could probably use the formula for the volume of a cone and get away with it.


How is finding the volume of a pyramid like finding the volume of a cone?

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What is the difference between a square pyramid cylinder and a cone?

a cone looks like an ice cream cone and a cylinder has 2 circles (one on each side) figure it out


How do you get the volume of triangle?

Well most of the time there is nothing such as the volume of a triangle but there is cone and pyramid... Cone is 1/3 x pi x radius squared x height Pyramid 1/3 x area of base x height I think...


What is A space figure that is like a pyramid but has circular base?

The given description fits that of a cone shape.


How do you figure cubic measurement of a cone?

Volume of a cone = 1/3*pi*radius2*height measured in cubic units


How are a cone and a pyramid alike?

A cone and a pyramid both have an apex.


Is a space figure with one base and triangular lateral faces that meet at a vertex is a cone?

no, it's a pyramid


How is a pyramid different from a cone?

A cone has a round bottom, and the pyramid has a squarish bottom.


How are cone and a pyramid different?

A cone has 1 face a pyramid has 4 faces.


How is the relationship between formula of volume of a cone and formula of volume of a cylinder related to the relationship between the formula of volume of a pyramid and formula of volume of a prism?

The relationship between the formulas is that in all the radius is cubed.


What is an algorithm to solve the volume of a cone?

The volume is equal to 1/3 times the base area times the height. Incidentally, that's the same formula for the pyramid.