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Q: What is the formula for radius of a cone?

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sqrt( (R-r)^2 + h^2)where:R = radius of larger endr = radius of smaller endh = height of truncated cone

Area = C(pi)r + (pi)r2 Where: C = the side length of the cone r = radius of the base (pi)r2 = the base of the cone C(pi)r = outside of cone

volume=pi*radius squared*height/3, where radius is the radius of the cylinder (and will be the radius of the base of the cone),and height is the lenth of the cylinder.

False. The surface area formula for a right cone is not the same as the surface area formula for an oblique cone.

The volume of a cone of radius 12 and height 71 is 10706.54776 cubic units.

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Curved surface area of a cone = pi*radius*slant length

Volume of a cone = 1/3*pi*radius2*height To find the radius make it the subject of the above formula.

The curved surface area of a cone is: pi*radius*slant length.

Actually it isn't. That's the formula for a cylinder. A cone is 1/3 of that value.

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.

the formula is one thirdx pix radius squared

Surface Area = Pi*radius(radius + slant height)

The formula for calculating development surface area of a truncated cone is Avr = π [s (R + r) + R^2 + r^2]. The solution is area (A) subscript r where r is the radius of the top of the truncated cone. In this formula R stands for the radius of the bottom of the cone and s represents the slant height of the cone.

It is pi x cone radius x square root ( radius squared + height squared) I think you mean three dimensional cone, no such thing as a two diensional cone

A cone has a base that is a circle. The radius of that circle is its radius.

1/3*pi*radius squared*height of cone=volume

Volume formula for a cone: 1/3*pi*radius squared*height

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