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The base of a 6-inch long ice cream cone with a diameter of 2 inches, is cut 0.25 inches from the base. The left over shape resembles a cylinder. What is the BEST estimate for this shape's volume?

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    volume of 6" cone minus volume of 4" cone

    diameter of 6" cone = 2"
    diameter of 4" cone = 4/3 "

    now just plug and chug

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