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how many cubic inches of ice cream can an ice cream cone hold (within the cone) if its height is 7 inches and the diameter of its base is 3 inches? give solution accurate to the nearest hundredth.

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  1. radius = 1.5
    volume = (1/3) pi (1.5)^2 (7) in^3

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    posted by Damon
  2. i think its 16.49 in^3 right?

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    posted by jenna
  3. If Ice cream cost $0.30 per cubic in, how much will it cost to fill the cone?

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