﻿ Acone with a diameter of 3 inches has a volume of 11.775 in3 what is the height in inches of the cone (use 3.14 for pi) me
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# Acone with a diameter of 3 inches has a volume of 11.775 in3 what is the height in inches of the cone (use 3.14 for pi) me

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