# Right-angled 25091

A thin plate in the shape of a right-angled triangle is turned once around the shorter hanger and a second time around the longer hanger. Cones are described by rotation. Are they the same volume? The dimensions are: shorter pendant 6cm, longer pendant 8cm.

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