Posted by **Cassidy** on Monday, February 25, 2013 at 8:18pm.

An ice-cream shop offers a small size cone and a large size cone.

The height of the large cone is 2 times the height of the small cone.

The radius of the large cone is 2 times the radius of the small cone.

Which statement is true about the volumes of the two cones?

A. The volume of the large cone is 1/8 times the volume of the small cone.

B. The volume of the large cone is 4 times the volume of the small cone.

C. The volume of the large cone is 6 times the volume of the small cone.

D. The volume of the large cone is 8 times the volume of the small cone.

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