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    Can someone help to find the volume of a shape given, this is an intersection of cone and cylinder where d = diameter of cylinder = base of cone, h = height of cone, k = 30 cm = the intersection. If I get a formula V = f ( d, h, k )



    It is the two views that is given in the picture


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    Place the [ img ][/ img ] brackets around your linked picture, like this:


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    Forgive my lack of understanding, but are you trying to find the volume of the object that remains when you place a cone inside a cylinder where the cone and cylinder share the same base and have the same height, and subtract the area of the cone from the area of the cylinder?

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    The cone and cylinder share the same base but the base lays in a 3 dimensional plane. Try to read the figure.
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    Let me highlight this problem bringing this back to top so that I may get an answer
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