Volume of a 5 Foot Cone

What is the volume of a cone that has a radius of 5 feet?
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Cone volume: 5′ radius, 10′ height
261.80cubic feet
452,389cubic inches
7.4133cubic meters
7,413,333cubic centimeters
7,413.3liters
1,958.4gallons
(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
5 ft 1 ft 26.18 0.7413
5 ft 2 ft 52.36 1.483
5 ft 3 ft 78.54 2.224
5 ft 4 ft 104.7 2.965
5 ft 5 ft 130.9 3.707
5 ft 6 ft 157.1 4.448
5 ft 7 ft 183.3 5.189
5 ft 8 ft 209.4 5.931
5 ft 9 ft 235.6 6.672
5 ft 10 ft 261.8 7.413
Radius Height ft3 m3
5 ft 11 ft 288.0 8.155
5 ft 12 ft 314.2 8.896
5 ft 13 ft 340.3 9.637
5 ft 14 ft 366.5 10.38
5 ft 15 ft 392.7 11.12
5 ft 16 ft 418.9 11.86
5 ft 17 ft 445.1 12.60
5 ft 18 ft 471.2 13.34
5 ft 19 ft 497.4 14.09
5 ft 20 ft 523.6 14.83