Q: What is the volume of a cone radius of 5 and height of 9?

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Volume = 261.8 (261.79939) units3

A cone with a base radius of 5 units and a height of 15 units has a volume of 392.7 cubic units.

Volume = 287.97933 units3

Slant height is 7.81 inches.

Volume = 1/3*pi*52*15.5 = 405.789 cubic feet to 3 decimal places

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Volume = 261.8 (261.79939) units3

A cone with a base radius of 5 units and a height of 15 units has a volume of 392.7 cubic units.

Volume = 287.97933 units3

52.36m3

Approximately 188.4, using 3.14 as pi.

50 cubic cm

Volume = 1/3*pi*52*8 Volume = 209.4395102 cubic units

The cone's perpendicular height is: 12 cm (the slant height is 13 cm)

It is 1056 cm3.

Slant height is 7.81 inches.

A cone with a base of 5 units and a height of 12 units has a volume of 78.54 cubic units.

A cylinder that has a radius of 5' and height of 25' has a volume of 14,688 US gallons.