the is more volume in the cone
Since the volume of a cone is proportional to the square of the radius (look at the formula), double the radius would mean four times the volume.
A cone with a radius of 3 and height of 3 has a volume of 28.27 units3
A cone with height 18 and radius 6 has a volume of 678.6 units3
A cone with a radius of 3 and a volume of 37.7 has a height of about 4 units.
A cone with a radius of 8 and a height of 8 has a volume of 536.17 units3
Use the equation for the volume of a cone, replace the known height and volume, and solve the resulting equation for the radius.
A cone with a base radius of 3 and a perpendicular height of 2 has a volume of 18.8 cubic units.
A cone, when radius is 4 and height is 21, has a volume of 351.86 units3
A cone that has a radius of 20m and a height of 25m has a volume of 10471.98m3