Posted by **Taylor** on Sunday, January 2, 2011 at 2:28pm.

Cone Problem Beginning with a circular piece of paper with a 4- inch radius, as shown in (a), cut out a sector with an arc of length x. Join the two radial edges of the remaining portion of the paper to form a cone with radius r and height h, as shown in (b). What length of arc will produce a cone with a volume greater than 21 in.^3?

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