# How much water can a cone that has a radius of 8centimeters and a height of 10centimeters hold?

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# What is the volume of a Cone with a Radius of 3cm and height of 6 cm?

To calculate the volume of the cone do like this:.
3*3*pi*6/3.
Pi is about 3.14.
So the answer is about 56.52cmÂ³

# What is the volume of a cone with the radius of 9 and a height of 11?

For a right circular cone:.
Vol. of cone = (PI*r 2 *h)/3.
Vol. = (PI*(9) 2 *(11))/3.
Vol. approx. = 933.1 cubic units

# How do you find the radius of a cone knowing only the height and volume?

The volume v = (1/3) pi r 2 h You just need to rearrange this to get r on its own. Multiply both sides by 3: 3v = pi r 2 h Divide both sides by pi: 3v / pi = r 2 h Divide both sides by h: 3v / (pi h) = r 2 We get an answer for the radius which is the square root of 3v / (pi h)

# If you only have radius and height how can you find the volume of a cone?

Assuming the cone has a constant slope, I think it's Pi (about 3.141... Google it) times by the height, times by the radius squared, divide by 3. You may have to use the slope height (use Pythagoras for this), but I think it's just height.

# How do you find the height of a cone knowing only the radius and the volume?

volume of a cone = 1/3 x pi x radius 2 x height.
Rearrange the formula: height = volume of cone divided by 1/3 x pi x radius 2

# How do you find the height of a cone if you have the slant height and the radius?

Assuming it is a right cone, use Pythagoras - slant height = hypotenuse, other two sides = radius of base, and height.

# How do you find the radius of a cone if you have the height and slant height?

A cone is a solid composed of a circle and its interior ( base ), a given point not on the plane of the circle ( vertex ) and all the segments from the point to the circle. A right cone is a cone where the vertex is directly above the centre of the base. If you are talking about a right cone th…en the radius of the base can be calculated using Pythagorus, a 2 + b 2 = c 2 , whereby a = radius, b = height (altitude) and c = slant height. Therefore a 2 = c 2 - b 2 or (radius) 2 = (slant height) 2 - (altitude) 2 (MORE)

# Why does the radius and height of cones always form a right angle?

they don't. most likely in the level of math you're taking, it is assumed that all cones are right cones

# What is the volume of a cone with a radius of 6cm and a height of 12cm?

452 cm 3 (this assumes you mean 12 cm vertical height, not slant height). If the slant height is 12 cm then the volume changes to 392 cm 3 .

# How do you find radius of cone when given volume and height?

The volume of a cone is 1/3 pi times the radius squared times the height. When given the volume and height divide both sides by the height. Volume divided by height is equal to 1/3 times pi times the radius squared. Now divide both sides by 1/3 pi. This will leave you with the radius squared. Take t…he square root of both sides and you will get the radius. (MORE)

# What is a cone with the radius 8cm and slant height 9cm?

A cone with a base radius of 8 cm and a slant height of 9 cm has: .
A perpendicular height of 4.123 cm .
A curved surface area of 226.2 cm 2 .
A volume of 276.3 cm 3

# How do you find the radius of a cone when you only have the area and slant height?

The surface area of a cone is the area of the base plus the area of the conical part. This is pi(r 2 ) +pi(r)(s)=A If you have A and s, you can solve for r. ( s is the slant height and r is the radius)

# What is the volume of a cone with radius of 4 and height of 10?

The volume of a cone with radius of 4 and perpendicular height of 10 is: 168 cubic units.

# What is the volume of a cone with a height of 9 and radius of 3?

The answer is: 3.142 x 3 x 3 x 9 cubic units. (work it out!)

# What is the volume of a cone with the radius of 3 and height of 19?

The volume of a cone with the radius of 3 and height of 19 is: 179 cubic units.

# How much frozen yogurt can you pack inside a cone that has a height of 5 in and a radius of 1.25 in?

The volume of a cone = 1/3{pi}r 2 h Assuming those are internal dimensions: volume = 1/3[pi} x 1.25 2 x 5 in 3 ~= 8.2 in 3 .
8.2 in 3 ~= 134cm 3 = 0.134 litres.

# What is the volume of a cone with the radius of 3 and a height of 11?

104un 3 Formula for volume of a cone V = (1/3)(pi)r 2 h = (3.14159.../3)(3 2 )(11) = (1.047...)(9)(11) = 103.67...

# If the radius of a cone is 3 and height is 2 then what is the volume of cone?

A cone with a base radius of 3 and a perpendicular height of 2 has a volume of 18.8 cubic units.

# Calculate volume of cone radius 2.1 height 5.4?

Volume of a cone = 1/3*pi*radius 2 *height Volume = 24.93796248 or 25 cubic units to the nearest unit

# What is the volume of a cone with radius 3 and height 19?

First, you will multiply the height (19) by Pi. (approximately 59.6902604165) Now, you will square the radius (3) to get 9. Then, you multiply 59.6902604165 by 9 to get approximately 537.2123437485. Then, you divide this by 3 to get the volume, which gives you approximately 179.0707812495units 3… . (MORE)

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

A cone with a volume of 408pi inches 3 (using 3.14 forPi) and a radius of 12 inches will have a height of about8.5 inches.

# How do you find the radius of a cone when given the volume and height?

well the formula for volume is 1/2 x pi x radius^2 x height so... you would divide the volume by the height and then divide that answer by 1/2 and divide that answer by pi... that answer will give you the radius squared so you would find the square root

# How do you find the radius of a cone when you have the volume and the height?

1/3 * 22/7(Pie) *r square * height = Volume So r = Whole Under Root (Volume/height*7/22*3) :D Hope it helps

# What is the volume of a cone height is 14 inches and the radius is 9.9?

A cone with a base radius of 9.9 inches and a height of 14 inches has a volume of 1,436.9 cubic inches..

# How do you find the radius of a cone only knowing slant height?

If you cut the cone in half then drop a line from the point down to the centre of the base, you can then find the radius, which is the the base of one of the triangles you now have. You need to know one of the angles though, then work out the radius through trigonometry.

# What is the slant height of a cone with a radius of 7 and a altitude of 19?

If you visualize the cone by cutting it vertically (with a plane perpendicular to the base), you can construct a right triangle to represent the radius, altitude, and slant height. This triangle has legs of 7 (the radius) and 19 (the altitude). Its hypotenuse represents the slant height. We can then… use the Pythagorean theorem to solve for the slant height: 7 2 + 19 2 = s 2 7 2 + 19 2 = s 2 410 = s 2 s = â(410) s â 20.24 Therefore the cone has a slant height of â(410), or approximately 20.248456731316586933246902289901 units. (MORE)

# What is the volume of the cone when it's radius is 12 and height is 71?

The volume of a cone of radius 12 and height 71 is 10706.54776 cubic units.

# What is the height of a cone that radius is 3 and volume is 37.7?

A cone with a radius of 3 and a volume of 37.7 has a height ofabout 4 units.

# What is the volume of a cone if the radius of 3cm and height of 8cm?

A cone with a base radius of 3 cm and a height of 8 cm has a volume of 75.4 cubic cm..

# What is the slant height of a cone with 8 height and 6 radius?

A right circular cone with 8 height and 6 radius has a slant heightof 10.

# What is volume of 18cm height and 12cm radius of a cone?

A cone with a base radius of 12 cm and a height of 18 cm has a volume of 2,714.34 cm 3 .

# What is the volume of the cone with the radius 5 and the height of 15?

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

# What is the volume of a cone if the height is 14 inches and the radius is 9.9?

A cone with a base radius of 9.9 inches and a height of 14 inches has a volume of 1,436.9 inches 3 .

# What is the volume of a cone with radius of 3 and a height of 19?

Volume of a cone = 1 / 3 * pi * r 2 * h = 179.071 cubic units

# What is the volume of this cone that has a radius of 6inches and height of 8inches?

A cone with a base radius of 6 inches and a height of 8 inches has a volume of 301.59 cubic inches..

# How does the volume of a cone change if its radius and height are both tripled?

The volume of a cone is pi(r 2 h)/3 If the radius and height are both tripled, plugging this into the equation gives us pi(3h(3r) 2 )/3 =pi(3h9r 2 )/3 =27pi(r 2 h)/3 which is 27 times the initial volume. Thus if the radius and height of a cone are tripled, the volume multiplies by 27.

# What is the volume of a cone with a radius 12 and height 27?

Volume of cone = 1/3*pi*r 2 *h Volume = 1/3(pi)(12) 2 (27) = 4072 cubic units =====

# What is the radius of a cone with the height of 10 and a bigger cone with the radius of 15 and height of 25?

There is nothing in the question which indicates any sort of relationship between the first cone and the second. Consequently, the question has no sensible answer.

# What is the volume of a cone whose radius 9.9cm and height of 14cm?

A cone with a base radius of 9.9 cm and a height of 14 cm has a volume of 1,436.9 cm 3 .

# What is the volume of a cone with a radius of 6cm and a height of 15cm?

Volume_cone = 1 / 3 volume_of_cylinder_with_same_radius_and_height = 1 / 3 x Ï x radius 2 x height = 1 / 3 x Ï x (6 cm) 2 x 15 cm = 180Ï cm 3 â 565.49 cm 3 .

# What is the volume of a cone with a radius of 1cm and a height of 20cm?

V = (1/3)pi*r 2 *h V = (1/3)pi(1 cm) 2 * 20cm = 21 cm 3 =

# What is the height of the inverted cone if volume is 900000cm and radius is 97.72?

It is not possible to answer this question with the information provided. The volume cannot be 900000 cm since volume is a cubic measure, which suggests that the volume is likely to be 900000 cm 3 instead. But it is not possible to be certain. There are no units for the radius. It is not possible… to say for certain whether it is 97.72 metres, centimetres or some other units. When these questions have been resolved, Vol = 1/3*pi*r 2 *h so that h = 3*Vol/(pi*r 2 ) (MORE)

# What is the height of a cone if the radius is 10 and the volume is 1915.4 ft?

Height = 18.29072268 or about 18.291 feet Check: 1/3*pi*10 2 *18.29072268 = 1915.4 cubic feet

# What is the volume of a cone with a height of 11 and radius of 6?

A cone with a base radius of 6 units and a height of 11 units has a volume of 414.69 cubic units..

# What is the volume of a cone when radius is 4 and height is 21?

A cone, when radius is 4 and height is 21, has a volume of 351.86units 3

# How do you find the missing height or radius of a cone?

you find the radius of a cone by the bottom of it or the round part

# What is the surface area of a cone with a radius of 2 and a height of 8.25?

A cone with a radius of 2 and a height of 8.25 has a surface areaof 65.9 units 2

# What happens to the volume of a cone if the radius is double and the height is unchanged?

Since the volume of a cone is proportional to the square of the radius (look at the formula), double the radius would mean four times the volume.

# What is the radius of a cone with a height of 9 and volume of 41.6?

Volume = 1/3*pi*radius 2 *9 = 41.6 Radius = the square root of (3*41.6)/(9*pi) = 2.101 rounded to three decimal places

# What is the volume of a cone whose radius is 4 and its height is 27?

A cone whose radius is 4 and its height is 27 has a volume of 452.4units 3