### Home > CALC > Chapter 4 > Lesson 4.1.1 > Problem 4-12

Start by visualizing the terms in Khi's equation: What does Volume *A* and Volume *C* look like? What does Volume (*B* + *C*) look like?

Volume *A* is cone with radius 4. Volume *C* is a cylinder with radius 2. Each is a separate 3D solid whose volumes are added together after they are computed: *V* = [cone with *r* = 4] + [cylinder with *r* = 2]

Try computing the volume of each:

Volume *A* + Volume *C* = cone + cylinder

Volume (*B* + *C*) = BigCone − SmallCone

Evaluate and compare.

Volume (*B* + *C*) is a single 3D solid that looks like a cone with its top cut off. To compute its volume, it must be dissected into pieces:

*V* = [large cone with *r* = 6] − [small cone with *r* = 2]

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