# How to find height of cone only maths

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(Original post by Sohello)
height or volume? the height is already stated isn't it?
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(Original post by agnos987)
height or volume? the height is already stated isn't it?
oh nevermind you're trying to find the height of the cone not the toy lol.
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(Original post by agnos987)
height or volume? the height is already stated isn't it?
But the height includes the semisphere as well , Im planning on finding out the volume of the sphere separately and of the cone separately and then adding them together, however I need the height of the cone but the given height includes the semi sphere so how do I find out its height
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(Original post by Sohello)
But the height includes the semisphere as well , Im planning on finding out the volume of the sphere separately and of the cone separately and then adding them together, however I need the height of the cone but the given height includes the semi sphere so how do I find out its height
not entirely sure but maybe since there is half a sphere, its length is the radius. So you could subtract the radius of the sphere from the total length of the toy?
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(Original post by agnos987)
not entirely sure but maybe since there is half a sphere, its length is the radius. So you could subtract the radius of the sphere from the total length of the toy?
I’ll try that thanks
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