Volume of a Cone is a measurement of the occupied units of a Cone. The volume of a Cone is represented by cubic units like cubic centimeter, cubic millimeter and so on. Volume of a Cone is the number of units used to fill a Cone.

Cone is a three dimensional shape which has a circular base and tapers to a point known as the vertex of the cone. The cone axis is a straight line which passes through the apex of the cone. Cone has a rotational symmetry. In elementary geometry, cone is used as a right circular object.

The volume of cone formula is given as,

**V = `(pir^2h)/(3)`**

Where,

r = radius of the circular base

h = height of the cone.

Value of ∏ = 3.14

Using this formula, we can find the volume of any cone whose radius and height are given.

Given below are some solved examples on how to find the volume of a cone.

The volume formula of cone is,

V =`(pir^2h)/3`

V = `((3.14)*(62)*(8))/3`

= `((3.14)*(36)*(8))/3`

= `((113.04)*(8))/3`

= `904.32 / 3` cm3.

The volume of the cone = 301.44cm3.

The volume of a cone formula is,

V = `(pir^2h)/3`

V = `((3.14)*(82)*(5))/3`

= `((3.14)*(64)*(5))/3`

= `((200.96)*(5))/3`

= `(1004.8)/3` cm^{3}.

Volume of the cone = 334.93

The formula for volume of a cone is,

V = `(pir^2h)/3`

radius = `D/2`

= 8/2

Radius = 4 cm.

V = `((3.14)*(42)*(11))/3`

= `((3.14)*(16)*(11))/3`

= `((50.24)*(11))/3`

= 552.64 /3 cm^{3}.

Volume of the cone = 184.21