# Body volume of a cone problems

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• Truncated cone 6 Calculate the volume of the truncated cone whose bases consist of an inscribed circle and a circle circumscribed to the opposite sides of the cube with the edge length a=1.
• Right circular cone The volume of a right circular cone is 5 liters. Calculate the volume of the two parts into which the cone is divided by a plane parallel to the base, one-third of the way down from the vertex to the base.
• Cone from cube The largest possible cone was turned from a 20 cm high wooden cube. Calculate its weight if you know that the density of wood was 850 kg/m3
• A concrete pedestal A concrete pedestal has a shape of a right circular cone having a height of 2.5 feet. The diameter of the upper and lower bases are 3 feet and 5 feet, respectively. Determine the lateral surface area, total surface area, and the volume of the pedestal.
• Volume ratio Calculate the volume ratio of balls circumscribed (diameter r) and inscribed (diameter ϱ) into an equilateral rotating cone.
• Equilateral cone We pour so much water into a container that has the shape of an equilateral cone, the base of which has a radius r = 6 cm, that one-third of the volume of the cone is filled. How high will the water reach if we turn the cone upside down?
• Axial section of the cone The axial section of the cone is an isosceles triangle in which the ratio of cone diameter to cone side is 2: 3. Calculate its volume if you know its area is 314 cm square.
• The conical The conical candle has a base diameter of 20 cm and a side of 30 cm. How much dm ^ 3 of wax was needed to make it?
• The diagram 2 The diagram shows a cone with slant height 10.5cm. If the curved surface area of the cone is 115.5 cm2. Calculate correct to 3 significant figures: *Base Radius *Height *Volume of the cone
• Rotary bodies The rotating cone and the rotary cylinder have the same volume 180 cm3 and the same height v = 15 cm. Which of these two bodies has a larger surface area?
• Frustum of a cone A reservoir contains 28.54 m3 of water when completely full. The diameter of the upper base is 3.5 m while at the lower base is 2.5 m. Determine the height if the reservoir is in the form of a frustum of a right circular cone.
• Lateral surface area The ratio of the area of the base of the rotary cone to its lateral surface area is 3: 5. Calculate the surface and volume of the cone, if its height v = 4 cm.
• Slant height The slant height of cone is 5cm and the radius of its base is 3cm, find the volume of the cone
• Truncated cone Calculate the height of the rotating truncated cone with volume V = 1115 cm3 and a base radii r1 = 7.9 cm and r2 = 9.7 cm.
• Rotating cone Calculate the volume and the surface area of a rotating cone of base radius r = 2.3 dm and a height h = 46 mm.
• Truncated cone A truncated cone has a bases radiuses 40 cm and 10 cm and a height of 25 cm. Calculate its surface area and volume.
• Cone container Rotary cone-shaped container has a volume 1000 cubic cm and a height 12 cm. Calculate how much metal we need for making this package.
• Gravel - cone Mound of gravel has shape of regular circular cone with a height 3.3 meter and a base circumference of 18.85 meters. How many cubic meters of gravel are in the pile? Calculate the weight of gravel if its density is p = 640 kg / cubic m.
• Volume of the cone Find the volume of the cone with the base radius r and the height v. a) r = 6 cm, v = 8 cm b) r = 0,9 m, v = 2,3 m c) r = 1,4 dm, v = 30 dm
• Cone side Calculate the volume and area of the cone whose height is 10 cm and the axial section of the cone has an angle of 30 degrees between height and the cone side.

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