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Find the volume of the described solid $S .$

A right circular cone with height $h$ and base radius $r$

$V=\frac{1}{3} \pi r^{2} h$

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so I want to know the volume. If I have a right circular cone with heightened based well right circular cone were doing this shape and then you have a right angle here if you know what the straight up and down. It's like one of those little paper cups that's connected down at the bottom. And as you want to find this volume, you need that height, which is the straight up in down line. You also need the radius of the base so the radius of the bases are Remember. It's just going from the center of that circle base, out to the edge, out to the perimeter. So volume for a right circular cone is 1/3 high R squared H. So that's the set up. I wanted to write for some undefined figure at this point, not yet knowing Agent are, but being able to then in future, fill it in

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