Volume of a 10 Foot Cone

What is the volume of a cone that has a radius of 10 feet?
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Cone volume: 10′ radius, 20′ height
2,094.4cubic feet
3,619,115cubic inches
59.307cubic meters
59,306,665cubic centimeters
59,307liters
15,667gallons
(results may be rounded)

Volume of a Cone Formula

The volume of a cone is one third pi, times the radius of the base squared, times the height

volume =  1   * π * r2 * h
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Radius Height

Cone Volume
(results are rounded)
Radius Height ft3 m3
10 ft 1 ft 104.7 2.965
10 ft 2 ft 209.4 5.931
10 ft 3 ft 314.2 8.896
10 ft 4 ft 418.9 11.86
10 ft 5 ft 523.6 14.83
10 ft 6 ft 628.3 17.79
10 ft 7 ft 733.0 20.76
10 ft 8 ft 837.8 23.72
10 ft 9 ft 942.5 26.69
10 ft 10 ft 1,047 29.65
Radius Height ft3 m3
10 ft 11 ft 1,152 32.62
10 ft 12 ft 1,257 35.58
10 ft 13 ft 1,361 38.55
10 ft 14 ft 1,466 41.51
10 ft 15 ft 1,571 44.48
10 ft 16 ft 1,676 47.45
10 ft 17 ft 1,780 50.41
10 ft 18 ft 1,885 53.38
10 ft 19 ft 1,990 56.34
10 ft 20 ft 2,094 59.31