From Bill: Hi, I have a round tank with tapered sides where I know the diameter at the top and bottom. Is there a formula I can use to calculate the volume by measuring from the bottom up the side (at the angle of the side) to any given point? Thanks, Bill Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom.
From Tamriko: Hi! Help me, please to solve the following problem: The diameter of an ice-cream cone is 6 cm and the slant height is 10 cm. What volume of ice-cream would fit inside the cone? Thanks! Answered by Penny.
From Carla: A symmetrical pyramid stands on a square base of side 8cm. The slant height of
the pyramidis 20cm. Find the angle between the slant edge and the base, and the angle between
a slant face and the base. Answered by Penny Nom.
From Zainab: The question is: If the vertical height if a triangle is half the width of the base and the slant length is 6 metres, find the exact vertical height of this part of the roof. I'm actually confused about finding out the height of an equilateral triangle if you're only given the length or slant height. Please help! O.o Answered by Stephen La Rocque.