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Consider the solid S described below.
A right circular cone with height 7h and base radius 2r
Find the volume V of this solid

CALCULUS 2 
drwls,
Use the standard formula for a cone.
V = (1/3) pi*r^2*h
It makes no sense to call the height 7h and the radius 2r, unless you are comparing two different cones.
h and r are the height and radius, respectively
This is not calculus 
CALCULUS 2 
HELP PLEASE!,
It's calculus and it's in my homework.