The radius of a right circular cone is 2 in. By what factor will the volume change if the radius of the cone is multiplied by 3 and its height remains fixed?

The volume will be multiplied by
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  1. Answer:
    the answer is 9
    Step-by-step explanation:
    the volume will be muiltplied by9.
    when the radius of the right circular cone is muiltplied by k and the height remains fixed,the volume of the cone is muiltplied by k^2.
    in this problem k =3 so k^2=9


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