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An ice cream cone is 6m x 63cm√ in depth. How many ice cream cones would you need for 630 cm of ice cream?

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  1. do you mean √63 cm deep?
    Plus, no cone is 6m tall
    And what is the radius?
    Also volume is in cm^3.

    Better retype this so it makes sense. It was surely not proposed in these terms.

    Use "^" for powers, as I did above
    and √ needs to precede a number, as in

    √9 = 3

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