The volume of a cone-shaped hole is

32 pi ft cubed .32π ft3.

If the hole is

66

ft deep, what is the radius of the hole?

Guest Apr 28, 2020

#1**+6 **

Welp, we have a nice ol' cylinder altitude 66 ft . Well. The formula for cylinder volume is h * pi * r^2.

32π/ 66 = 32/66 π = 16/33 π.

The radius is square root of 16/33.

hugomimihu Apr 28, 2020

#2**+1 **

Your question is not well formatted/entered v = 32 pi or .32 pi

depth is 66 or 6 ft ?

Volume of a CONE = 1/3 pi r^2 h V = 32 pi ft^{3 } h = 66 ft r = ?

32 pi = 1/3 66 r^{2}

^{ r = 2.14 ft perhaps that was 6 ft deep? then r = 7 .1 ft}

ElectricPavlov Apr 28, 2020