13.2 Volume of Pyramids and Cones. By Bethany Larson and Eric Humpert. Objectives. To find the volume of cones To find the volume of pyramids To be goofy goobers!!!. VOLUME :D. Happy face!.
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13.2 Volume of Pyramids and Cones
By Bethany Larson and Eric Humpert
If a right circular cone has a volume of V cubic units, a height of h units, and a base with an area of B units, then V=⅓Bh
An oblique cone will have a height that is from the vertex and perpendicular to the base.
DON’T FORGET!! Area of a circle is r²
Don’t be like Patrick here…
Squidward needs to find out if Patrick has enough volume for a brain. For Patrick to have a brain he needs to have 2500cm³ of space within his cranium. Use the formula to help him. Patrick’s head has a radius 10cm and a height of 22cm. Assume his head is a right cone.
About 2303cm³, so no….
If a pyramid has a volume of V units, and a height of h units, and a base area of B units, the V=⅓Bh
Khufu’s base is a regular square with sides of the base that are 755ft, it’s height is 449ft. What is going to be the volume of the new pyramid??
Don’t forget to show your work, Chuck Norris will avenge his creation
Okay, the real assignment is..
# 8-17, 25-27
#20 for bonus