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Finding the volume of a cone:
3.14x7x7x14=2154.04
What's the next step? I can't remember to do it?

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    The volume of anything with straight sides and a pointy top (cone, pyramid) is (1/3) the area of the base times the height.
    so
    V = (1/3) (pi r^2) (height)

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    Thank you.

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