Cone Problems

Number of problems found: 105

  • The cone
    cone_5 The lateral surface area of the cone is 4 cm2, the area of the base of the cone is 2 cm2. Determine the angle in degrees (deviation) of the cone sine and the cone base plane. (Cone side is the segment joining the vertex cone with any point of the base c
  • Hard cone problem
    kuzel The surface of the cone is 200cm², its height is 7 centimeters. Calculate the volume of this cone.
  • Cone in cylinder
    cone_in_cylinder The cylinder is inscribed cone. Determine the ratio of the volume of cone and cylinder. The ratio express as a decimal number and as percentage.
  • Cone in cube
    kuzel_kocka The cube is inscribed cone. Determine the ratio of the volume of cone and cube. The ratio express as a decimal number and as percentage.
  • Cone
    cones_1 If the segment of the line y = -3x +4 that lies in quadrant I is rotated about the y-axis, a cone is formed. What is the volume of the cone?
  • Sphere and cone
    cone_in_sphere Within the sphere of radius G = 33 cm inscribe the cone with the largest volume. What is that volume, and what are the dimensions of the cone?
  • Cone side
    kuzel3 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.
  • Rotary cone
    cone_3 The volume of the rotation of the cone is 472 cm3 and angle between the side of the cone and base angle is 70°. Calculate lateral surface area of this cone.
  • Angle of cone
    kuzel2 The cone has a base diameter of 1.5 m. The angle at the main apex of the axial section is 86°. Calculate the volume of the cone.
  • Sphere in cone
    sphere-in-cone A sphere of radius 3 cm describes a cone with minimum volume. Determine cone dimensions.
  • Ice cream in cone
    Ice-Cream-Cone In the ice cream cone with a diameter of 5.7 cm is 0.8 dl of ice cream. Calculate the depth of the cone.
  • 2x cone
    truncated_cone_2 Circular cone height 84 cm was cut plane parallel with base. Volume of these two small cones is the same. Calculate the height of the smaller cone.
  • Cone
    truncated_cone_1 Circular cone with height h = 29 dm and base radius r = 3 dm slice plane parallel to the base. Calculate the distance of the cone vertex from this plane, if solids have the same volume.
  • Axial section of the cone
    rez_kuzel 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.
  • Cone and cube
    shapes About what percentage hase cone with base radius r larger volume than same high cube with square base with edge length r?
  • Rotary cone
    cone_2 Rotary cone whose height is equal to the circumference of the base, has a volume 229 cm3. Calculate the radius of the base circle and height of the cone.
  • Truncated cone 5
    truncated_cone The height of a cone 7 cm and the length of side is 10 cm and the lower radius is 3cm. What could the possible answer for the upper radius of truncated cone?
  • Cone - from volume surface area
    kuzel_rs The volume of the rotating cone is 1,018.87 dm3, its height is 120 cm. What is the surface area of the cone?
  • The diagram 2
    cone 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
  • The base 2
    cone The base diameter of a right cone is 16cm and it's slant height is 12cm. A. ) Find the perpendicular height of the cone to 1 decimal place. B. ) Find the volume of the cone, convert to 3 significant figure. Take pie =3.14

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