A website displayed the following formula for the volume of a cone.
James had never seen this formula before, but he knew there must be a typographical error in this formula. How could he tell there was an error?
The calculated volume would be in square units instead of linear units.
The calculated volume would be in cubic units instead of square units.
The calculated volume would be in linear units instead of cubic units.
The calculated volume would be in square units instead of cubic units.

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