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Q: What is the approximate volume of a cone with circumference of 2 and a height of 4.5?

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You will also need the height of the cone. From circumference you can calculate the radius (circumf/Pi = radius). Volume of cone = 1/3 height x Pi x radius2

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Volume of a cone = (1/3)*(area of base)*(height). Area of a circle = pi*radiusÂ². But you know circumference. Circumference = 2*pi*radius. Rearrange: radius = C/2/pi. Substitute this in for radius above: Area = pi*(C/2/pi)Â² = CÂ²/(4*pi). Volume = CÂ²*h/(12*pi) [C is circumference, h is height]

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V = ⅓•π•r²•h Where: - V: Volume of Cone - π: Constant (Ratio of Circumference to Diameter for any Circle) - r: Radius of Base - h: Vertical Height

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A cone with a base of 10cm and a height of 13cm has a volume of 340.34cm3

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Volume of a cone = 1/3*pi*radius2*height

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