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Q: What is the volume of a cone with a diameter of 21.5 cm and a height of 33 cm?

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Its height is: 144 meters

No it will not. If I understand your question correctly, the tire you are looking at is 15" in diameter and your rim is 16" in diameter. You need to buy tires that are made for your diameter wheel, 16".

The second number in those sizes is the aspect ratio. You would be changing overall height. The 215/65 will be 1.7 inches taller in overall diameter. Depending on vehicle and many other factors I cant tell you whether it would be acceptable on your vehicle or not. It is over the 3% max diameter change recommended by most manufactures.

6'0" 215 lbs

If they have the identical aspect ratio and wheel diameter as comparing a 215/70-15 to a 205/70-15 the 215 tire will be .56" taller.

215/70R15 (215 - height - 70 Width) R15 - rim size.

Clint Eastwood"s height in 1973 was 6' 4" and his weight was 215 lbs

Depends on the aspect ratio of the tire. For instance a 215/70-16 and a 205/75-16 are almost the exact same diameter with the 205 tire being 1/4" larger in diameter because it has a larger aspect ratio. For all practical purposes they are the same height. I would have to know the aspect ratio of both tires to answer the question.

No, there is a 3.15% difference in overall diameter. This will cause your speedometer to be off 2 mph.

Yes, you can There will be about a 5% decrease in the tire diameter. 225 65 tires are 225mm wide and 146.25mm in height (65% of the width), while 215 60 tires are 129mm tall, which will affect the odometer and speedometer. When your speedometer reads 60 mph, you'll actually be traveling closer to 57 mph. Replacing the 225 65 tires with 215 70 tires would keep the diameter almost the same (150.5mm).

3.42 L/215 K = X L/309 K 215X = 1056.78 X = 4.92 Liters -------------------

It's 6'6 (195 cm) His weights is 215 lbs

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