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There is a cone with a radius of 4 cm inside a cube with length,width,and height of 6 cm.

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  1. help-123
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    @TBMonkey

  2. TBMonkey
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    looking for volume right?

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    yes, i would believe so..o no wait

  4. help-123
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    forgot to type half the q. what is the volume not being occupied by the cone?

  5. help-123
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    use 3 for pi

  6. TBMonkey
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    120

  7. help-123
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    you're quick lol :D howd u get that?

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    thanks for the medal by the way

  9. help-123
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    np.

  10. help-123
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    u deserve it,so.

  11. help-123
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    i need to show work.

  12. TBMonkey
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    sorry had to go now what did you need help with?

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