Cone Volume Calculator

Created by Davide Borchia
Last updated: Jun 27, 2022
The volume of any pyramidal solid is (height/3)*base area. The curved surface area of a cone is given by π*r*s, where s is the length of the sloping edge (found by Pythagoras' theorem).
Davide Borchia
Right / oblique cone
Height (h)
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Radius (r)
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Image of a cone with height and radius marked



Volume
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Truncated cone
Height (h)
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Base radius (R)
in
Top radius (r)
in
Image of a frustum with height and top and bottom radii marked



Volume
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