a dirt pile is cone shaped with a height of 10 feet and a diameter of 24 feet what is the volume?

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a dirt pile is cone shaped with a height of 10 feet and a diameter of 24 feet what is the volume?

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use voume of cone formula
1/3pi*r^2*h where r=diameter/2=24/2
h=10

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\(V=\dfrac{1}{3}\pi r^2h\)
\(\huge V=\pi r^{2}\frac{h}{3}\) To make it more clear :) h=10 if your diameter is 24, divide that in half to get the radius r=12
\(\huge V=\dfrac{1}{3}\pi r^2h\) ^that can be used as well. Now plug in the values that you do know (h and r) and solve for V (volume).

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