A right cone and a hemisphere lie in opposite sides of a common base of 2.5m diameter and the cone is right angled at the vertex. If a cylinder circumscribes them in this position, what additional space will be enclosed?

A)3.096pi cubic meters

B)1.3pi cubic meters

C)0.651pi cubic meters

D)6.14 cubic meters

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TopNewestD is the answer.

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How?

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B is the answer

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Is the height of the cone not given?

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no

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Since the cone is right-angled at the vertex, its height is equal to the radius of the base.

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