# Math-Geometry

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The volume of a right circular cone is 150 pie cubic centimetrs. Find its altitude in centimeters if the radius of the base is 5cm.

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v = pi r^2 h
so h = v / (pi r^2)
= 150 pi /25 pi
= 6

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