# Finding the Volume of Cylinder, Cone, and Sphere

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- Q1What is the relationship between the volume of a cylinder to a similar cone with the same dimensions?The volume of the cylinder is 3-times largerThe volume of the cylinder is 2-times largerThe volume of the cone is 2-times largerThe volume of the cone is 3-times larger45s
- Q2Find the volume of the cylinder if the height is 10 cm and radius 3 cm?272.6 cubic centimeters292.6 cubic centimeters282.6 cubic centimeters262.6 cubic centimeters120s
- Q3Mike created a cone that has a radius of 4 feet and a height of 3 feet. Find the volume of this cone.50.24 cubic feet12.56 cubic feet150.72 cubic feet150.72 cubic feet120s
- Q4The diameter of a sphere is 48 meters. What is the radius?24 meters12 meters96 meters18 meters30s