A cone with radius of 5 and height of 10 has a volume of 261.8 units3
The volume of a cone with radius of 4 and perpendicular height of 10 is: 168 cubic units.
Volume = 261.79939 units3
The volume of a cone whose base has a radius of 8cm and whose height is 10 cm is: 670cm3
V = 1,361.4 cubic inches.
Without another piece of information, the radius alone isn't enough to tell you the volume of the cone. You really need the height too.
A cone with a diameter of 10 and a height of 10 has a volume of 261.8 units3
A right circular cone with 8 height and 6 radius has a slant height of 10.
It will depend upon the radius of the base and as such will be any value between 0 cm3 and approx 403.067 cm3. The height and radius are linked by: radius2 + height2 = slant_height2 Volume cone = 1/3π x radius2 x height When radius is 0 cm, height is 10 cm and volume is 0 cm3 When radius is 10 cm, height is 0 cm and volume is 0 cm3 When radius is √(200/3) cm ≈ 8.165 cm and the height is √(100/3) cm ≈ 5.774 cm, the volume is at its maximum of 1/3π200/3√(100/3) cm3 ≈ 403.067cm3
V = 2,617.99 ft3
A cone with a base of 10 units and a height of 36 units has a volume of 942.48 cubic units.
The smaller to the larger is a ratio of 6:10 or 3:5