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Q: What is the height of a cone with a volume of 408pi in cubed and a radius of 12 in?

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volume = 4/3 pi * (cubed radius)

the volume of the larger can is 952.56 inches cubed -apex

Area of cylinder base = pi x Radius squared (πr2) Radius is in centimeters (cm) Area is in centimeters squared (cm2) ---- Volume = Area x Height Area is in centimeters squared (cm2) Height is in centimeters (cm) Volume is in centimeters cubed (cm3) ---- Mass = Volume x Density Density is in grams centimeter cubed (g/cm3) Volume is in centimeters cubed (cm3) Mass is in grams (g)

volume sphere = 4/3 π radius³ → radius = ³√(¾ volume sphere ÷ π) = ³√(¾ × 972cm³ ÷ π) ≈ 6.1cm

The volume of a hemisphere is equal to two thirds times pi times the radius cubed.

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A cylinder with a radius of 10 cm and a height of 10 cm has a volume of 3,141.59 cubed cm.

A cylinder with a radius of 4.5 inches and a height of 3 inches has a volume of 190.85 cubed inches.

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The perpendicular height is 6 inches and the slant height is 6.7082 inches.

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r = 3.5 inches (3.5007 inches).

volume = 4/3 pi * (cubed radius)

the volume of the larger can is 952.56 inches cubed -apex

Where slant height is 7ft and base radius is 4.5ft, the volume of a right circular cone will be 113.705 units cubed.

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Volume: pi*122*height = 3754.8 Divide both sides by pi*12 squared: height = 8.299930282 or about 8.3 inches

The volume of a cylinder is volume=((Pi)*radius^2)*height. Therefore it is equal to 1^2*pi=pi times height(18) =18pi cm cubed

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