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Volume of a Cone

Cone Volume Formula

The formula for volume of a cone is given as:
V = 13πhr2
Where h is the height and r is the radius.

volume of a cone

Example Problem

A cone-shaped rock formation is measured to have a height of 4 meters and a radius of 2 meters. What is the volume of the rock formation in cubic meters?
Solution:
1.) Let’s plug the given dimensions into the volume formula.
V = 13πhr2
V = 13π(4)(22) = 163π
2.) The rock formation’s volume is 163π cubic meters.

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