I have a Cone and Hemisphere which are attached together which you can probably imagine in your head as you read this.
Basically, to the side of the hemisphere of the shape, is a height given as 3.5cm... I know this must also be the radius. So I have that out the way, unless someone else states otherwise
Now the problem is the cone, it has a height of 4.4cm as wrote beside it. This completely made me go
So here it is summed up, The cone has a height of 4.4cm and the hemisphere a height of 3.5cm... Work out the volume.
One more question will be to do with Pyramids
The Great Pyramid of Cheops is a square-based pyramid. The base has sides of 230m and the height is 147m.
Using the same material, what would be the height be if you give the base sides of 200m?
Thank you so much to whoever can help me... I really am so tired from doing this homework and I would rather get my Science homework done before 10pm