# Iglu - cone tent

The cone-shaped tent is 3 m high, the diameter of its base is 3.2 m.

a) The tent is made of two layers of material. How many m

b) How many m

a) The tent is made of two layers of material. How many m

^{2}of fabric is needed for production (including flooring), if 20% needs to be added to the minimum amount due to cutting waste?b) How many m

^{3}of air is in the tent?**Correct result:****Showing 0 comments:**

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