Question 625738: I keep getting different answers so I thought I would ask this again.
Find the volume of a cone, in terms of pi, with a radius of 3 inches and a height of 6 inches. If the radius of the cone is doubled while the height remains constant, what is the volume of the cone? What happens to the volume of a cone if itís radius is doubled? Answer by solver91311(16872) (Show Source):