Question

A cone has a volume of 300 units3, and a cylinder has a volume of 100 units3. Is it possible that the cylinder and the cone have the same height and same radius? Why or why not?

Vol. Of cy. Is πr2h
And
Vol. Of a cone is 1/3πr2h
Therefore we can conclude that the vol. of a cone is one third the volume of a cylinder, give that their height and radius is same .
Meaning if the volume of the cylinder is 300 square units, then the volume of the former cone will be:
1/3 of 300 , that is 100 square units