Tarodette2c2n

2023-03-31

Find the volume V of the described solid S
A cap of a sphere with radius r and height h.
V=??

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To find the volume of the described solid S, which is a cap of a sphere with radius r and height h, we can use the formula for the volume of a spherical cap.
The volume V of the cap is given by:
$V=\frac{\pi {h}^{2}}{3}\left(3r-h\right)$
Here, $r$ represents the radius of the sphere, and $h$ represents the height of the cap.
This formula can be derived by considering the cone that is formed when we slice the cap from the sphere. The volume of the cone is equal to one-third of the volume of the cylinder with height h and base area equal to the base of the cap. The base area of the cap is given by $\pi {h}^{2}$, and the height of the cone is $3r-h$, which is the height of the cylinder minus the height of the cap.
Therefore, substituting the values of $r$ and $h$ into the formula, we can find the volume of the cap of the sphere.
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