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# A water cup is in the shape of the cone. The diameter of the cup is 3 inches and the height is 6 inches.

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A water cup is in the shape of the cone. The diameter of the cup is 3 inches and the height is 6 inches.

What is the volume of water the cup could hold?

Use 3.14 for pi.

in³

Feb 28, 2018

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Volume of a cone  =

3.14 * (diameter/2)^2 * height

________________________  =

3

3.14 * ( 3/2)^2 * (6)

________________    =

3

3.14 * 2 * (9/4)  ≈      14.13   in^3

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Which postulate or theorem can be used to prove that△BCD is similar to △EFG?

ASA Similarity Theorem ​

AA Similarity Postulate

SAS Similarity Theorem

SSS Similarity Theorem

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What is the area of this figure?

Use 3.14 for pi. Round your final answer to the nearest tenth.

15.7 units²

17.9 units²

25.7 units²

31.4 units²

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What is the volume of this square pyramid?

ft³

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A rectangular lawn is 48 feet long and 61 feet wide. A path extends diagonally between two opposite corners of the lawn.

What is the length of the path, to the nearest tenth of a foot?