The figures below are similar.
What is the volume of the smaller cone?
The following proportion applies to similar solids:
where is the ratio of the corresponding dimensions, and is the ratio of the volumes.
Find the cube of the ratio of the corresponding dimensions:
Find the ratio of the volumes:
Use these two ratios to set up a proportion and solve for
V1.

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Find the cross products 

64,000 
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Simplify 


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Divide both sides by 125 

512 
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The volume of the smaller cone is 512 cubic metres.
The figures below are similar.
What is the volume of the smaller cone?
Round your answer to the nearest hundredth
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