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Q: What is the volume of a cone if the radius of 3cm and height of 8cm?

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The volume of a cylinder that has a radius of 3cm and a height of 7cm is 197.92cm3

To calculate the volume of the cone do like this: 3*3*pi*6/3 Pi is about 3.14 So the answer is about 56.52cm³

V = 424.115 cm3

A cylinder with a 7cm radius and 3cm height has a total surface area of about 439.82cm2

pi x radius x radius x height = cylinder volume. 3.1416 x 2.5cm2 x height = 58.9cm3, height = 58.9cm3 / (3.1416 x 2.5cm x 2.5cm) = 3cm

Most canned goods have their volume printed on their label in fluid ounces, milliliters (ml) or liters. The volume of a cylindrical can may be calculated by using the formula Volume = pi × radius × radius × height (pi is approximately 3.14). For example, a can 6 cm wide (radius = 3cm) and 10 cm high, V = 3.14 x 3cm x 3cm x 10cm = 283cm3 = 283ml = 0.283 liters.

3cm, 3cm and 3cm respectively

If you mean the volume of a cylinder then it is:- Volume = pi*32*15 = 424.115 cubic cm to 3 decimal places

Volume = (length) x (width) x (height)A cube has all 3 dimensions equal.Volume = (3cm) x (3cm) x (3cm) = 27 cm3

V = 9.42478 cm3

Volume of a cylinder = pi*radius2*height

The surface area is 226.2cm2

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