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Volume Of A Frustum Of A Cone

a Frustum is the portion of a solid (normally a cone or pyramid) that lies between two parallel planes cutting it. Because the point at the top is removed, there is no vertex in a frustum as opposed to one vertex.The volume of a conical or pyramidal frustum is the volume of the solid before slicing the apex off, minus the volume of the apex.

Π 3r 2+rb+b 2h

Here,r = top radius, b = base radius, h = height.

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