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 Two cones formed from two circular sectors 2018-11-30 From APARNA:The central angles of two sector of a circle are 60° and 120° . Using these sectors two cones are made. If the radius of the smaller cone is 5 cm, find the radius and base area of the larger cone.Answered by Penny Nom. A large concrete shape 2008-01-16 From Keith:what is the cubic yards of an area that is not a perfect 1/4 circle? The dimensions are 100ft. x 60ft. x 125ft. curcumferal arch x 3ft. depth?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Water tank volume 2007-05-29 From Cecelia:I HAVE A SEMI CIRCULAR TANK AGAINST A WALL MEASURING 6'10" ACROSS THE WIDEST PART AND 3' FROM THE WALL TO THE FRONT OF THE TANK. THE DEPTH IS 14". PLEASE HELP ME TO CALCULATE THE VOLUME OF WATER IN THE TANK.Answered by Stephen La Rocque.

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