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Find the volume of the figure. figure is in the website below. For calculations involving π, give both the exact value and an approximation to the nearest hundredth of a unit. Let
d = 8 and h = 18.

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  1. the question was to get the exact value in ft^3 and approximate value in ft^3

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    posted by Anonymous
  2. you probably know that the volume of a cone is
    1/3 π r^2 h
    They gave you the diameter, so
    v = 1/3 π (d/2)^2 h = 1/12 πd^2h
    Now just plug in your values for d and h

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    posted by Steve

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