Q: What is the volume of a cone with a height of 11 and radius of 6?

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For a right circular cone: Vol. of cone = (PI*r2*h)/3 Vol. = (PI*(9)2*(11))/3 Vol. approx. = 933.1 cubic units

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diameter=9 height=11

The surface area is 1,520.53 square inches.

By plugging them into the formula for the volume of a cylinder:volume = πr2hwhere:π = ratio of circumference to diameter of a circle (~= 3.142)r = radius of cylinder = diameter ÷ 2h = height of cylinder.That's how to find the volume, this is it actually being found:volume = πr2h= π x (diameter ÷ 2)2 x height= π x (9 cm ÷ 2)2 x 11 cm~= 700 cm3

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