These videos are on volume of a cone, and frustum, for GCSE maths, and are aimed at around grade 5. Volume of a cone, or frustum, questions tend to be calculator based and are usually around the middle of the paper.
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Download a copy of the questions here: QT Volume of a Cone
Download a copy of the written answers here: QT Volume of a Cone ANSWERS
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Questions on volume of a cone are usually around 2 – 3 marks, and appear in all the main GCSE exam boards – Edexcel, AQA, OCR and Eduqas. The topic is fairly useful and has a wide range of applications in manufacturing and design.
- With volume of a cone questions, always work methodically and show your working
- Work down the page
- Check your calculations
- Does the answer make sense?
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