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Q: What is the formula of finding the height of a cone?

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The formula is 1/3 pi r2hWhere r is the radius h is the heightVolume of a cone in cubic units = 1/3*base area*height

(1/3) x (pi) x (r squared) x (h) where r is radius of base of cone and h is the 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

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Volume of a cone = 1/3*base area*height

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The formula is 1/3 pi r2hWhere r is the radius h is the heightVolume of a cone in cubic units = 1/3*base area*height

The surface area of a cone of height 'h' is (Pi) r2 + (Pi) r l, where r - radius of the circle part (base) of the cone, l - slant height of the cone found by the Pythagoras formula as l2 = h2 + r2 and Pi = 3.14 approximately.

(1/3) x (pi) x (r squared) x (h) where r is radius of base of cone and h is the height of the cone

V = 1/3 BH Formula for finding BH is: (pi)r2H B = Area of Base H = Height

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

You can't find the perimeter of a cone because it's a 3D shape, but you can find the volume; the formula is 1/3x3.14xr2xh (r= radius of the base/ h= height).

The answer depends on what information is given.

Volume of a cone = 1/3*base area*height

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pls tell me how to find development for cone which is half cutted

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

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