The **volume** V of a **cone** with radius r is one-third the area of the base B times the height h . Note : The **formula for the volume** of an oblique **cone** is the same as that of a right one. The **volumes of a cone** and a cylinder are related in the same way as the **volumes** of a pyramid and a prism are related.

Additionally, why is the volume of a cone 1/3 of a cylinder? The **volume** of the **cone** would have been directly proportional to pi since circles are involved and radius raised to square power as well as the height of the **cone**. So, in any case it would come out as a factor of the **volume** of the **cylinder** and it did come out **1**/**3** of the **volume** of **cylinder**.

In this manner, what is the volume of this right cone?

The **volume** of a **cone** is **Volume** = 1/3πr²h. Therefore, the **volume of this right cone** is 300π cm³.

What is the formula for volume?

Calculating Volume The formula to find the volume multiplies the **length** by the width by the **height**. The good news for a cube is that the measure of each of these dimensions is exactly the same. Therefore, you can multiply the **length** of any side three times. This results in the formula: Volume = side * side * side.