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Is the volume of a right circular cone with a radius of 1cm and height 2cm.
2.09 cm^3

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  1. volume= 1/3 areabase*height=1/3 2PI*1^2*2
    = 4/3 PI which is not your result. Recheck.

  2. OK I came up with 4.18 cm^3

    Is the SA of the same cone 4.48cm^2
    I figured the lenght of S to be 2.24cm

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