The formula for the volume of a cone = 1⁄3 πr^2*h

h =height

r = radius

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1⁄3 π6^2*10

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h =height

r = radius

**Please note**πr^2*h is actually the volume of a cylinder that has the same height and radius. However it takes three cones to fill up a cylinder so that is why you multiply by 1/3**Video for Volume of a Cone****Problem 1.**Find the volume of a cone with a height of 10 and a radius of 6 units.Click the cone above for additional information

**Step 1.**Plug your numbers into the formula.1⁄3 π6^2*10

**Step 2**Simplify 1⁄3 π6^2*10**Step 2b**1⁄3 π36*10**Step 3**1⁄3 x 36⁄1 π x 10**Step 3b**12π x 10=120π units^3 (Please note volume is always cubed)You may enjoy...

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