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# Calculate the amount of ice cream this cone can hold (just to the top of the cone). Round to the nearest hundredth.

- 58.29 cm
^{3} - 58.29 cm
^{3} - 233.15 cm
^{3} - 233.15 cm³

^{3}^{3}^{3}Hint:

### Volume of a cone = ()πr2h

## The correct answer is: 58.29 cm^{3}

### We have given the dimensions of a ice cream cone

Diameter = 4.5 cm

Radius , r = 4. = 2.25 cm

Height , h = 11 cm

We have to find the volume of the given cone

We know that

Volume of a cup = (1/3)πr^{2}h

= ()(3.14)(2.25 x 2.25)(11)

= ()(3.14) (5.06 x 11)

= ()(3.14)(55.68)

= 174.

= 58.29 cm^{3}

Therefore, the volume of ice cream cone is 58.29 cm^{3}

Therefore correct option is a)58.29 cm^{3}.

^{3}

Therefore, the volume of ice cream cone is 58.29 cm

^{3}

Therefore correct option is a)58.29 cm

^{3}.

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