Volume and Surface Area of a Cone

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In this lesson, you will learn how to find the surface area and volume of a cone using two formulas. The total surface area formula is pi times radius times length plus pi times radius squared. The volume formula is one third pi times radius squared times height. By plugging in the given values of height, radius, and length, you can calculate the surface area and volume of a cone.

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Finding the volume and surface area of a cone

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    In this lesson, the teacher shows how to find the surface area and the volume of a cone.