# Difference between revisions of "Cone"

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* Given the [[radius]] of the base <math>r</math> and the [[slant height]] of the cone <math>h</math>, the volume of the cone is <math>\dfrac{\pi r^2h}{3}</math>. | * Given the [[radius]] of the base <math>r</math> and the [[slant height]] of the cone <math>h</math>, the volume of the cone is <math>\dfrac{\pi r^2h}{3}</math>. | ||

− | The surface area of a cone where r is the radius and h is the slant height is \pi(r^2)+\pi(r)(h). | + | The surface area of a cone where r is the radius and h is the slant height is <math>\pi(r^2)+\pi(r)(h)</math>. |

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## Revision as of 01:03, 27 February 2010

A **cone** is a special case of the pyramid; it's a pyramid with a circular base.

- Given the radius of the base and the slant height of the cone , the volume of the cone is .

The surface area of a cone where r is the radius and h is the slant height is .
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