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Q: What is the volume of the right circular cone?

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V = (1/3) × (Π × r2 × h)

A parabola is the figure formed by the intersection of a circular cone and a plane that lies parallel to the edge of the cone. (the cone does not have to be a right [90°] circular cone).

In a right circular cone a line from the vertex to the center of the circular base is perpendicular to the base. In an oblique circular cone that same line will not be perpendicular.

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V = (1/3) × (Π × r2 × h)

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A Right Circular Cone is one wherein the base of the cone is circular and the axis of the cone is perpendicular to the base and passes through the center of the base and the vertex of the cone.

In a right circular cone the apex is directly above the centre of the base.

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A right circular cone with a base radius of 3 ft and a height of 9 ft has a volume of: 84.8 cubic feet.

A right circular cone whose slant height is 9 inches and whose base has a diameter of 2 inches will have a volume of 36.757 cubic inches.

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