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Q: What is the volume of a cone 11 inches high by 4 inches in diameter?

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Use the formula pi x radius squared x height. Radius is half the diameter. Since your linear measurements are in inches, the result will be in cubic inches.

Volume = 1/3*pi*52*13 = 340.339 cubic feet to 3 decimal places

Volume of a cone = 1/3*base area*height = 1/3*pi*1252*35 = 572686.1608 or about 572686 cubic feet

volume = 1/3pir2h = 1/3 X 3.1416 X (3 ft)2 X 5 ft = 47 cubic feet

12 cubic inches

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