The volume V of a right circular cone is V = (1/3)(pi)(r^2)(h). If the height is TWICE the radius, express the volume V as a function of r.

NOTE: What is a more simple way to say:

"...express the volume V as a function of r."

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- January 21st 2007, 05:05 AMsymmetryRight Circular Cone Volume
The volume V of a right circular cone is V = (1/3)(pi)(r^2)(h). If the height is TWICE the radius, express the volume V as a function of r.

NOTE: What is a more simple way to say:

"...express the volume V as a function of r." - January 21st 2007, 05:29 AMearboth
- January 22nd 2007, 01:24 PMsymmetryok
Understood but tell me, what is a more simple way to say:

"...express the volume V as a function of r"? - January 24th 2007, 10:55 AMearboth
- January 24th 2007, 01:01 PMsymmetryok
Tell me, are you a math professor?

- January 24th 2007, 01:04 PMdclineV as a function of r
"express V as a function of r" pretty much means make an equation with only V on one side of the equals sign, and r as the only variable on the other.

i.e. V = (2 / 3) * pi * r^3 (functions are usually written "f(r) = (2/3)*pi*r^3")

but NOT

V = (1 / 3) * pi * r^2 * h