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This middle school math video shows how to work backwards to calculate the radius of a cone when given its volume and height.

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So when you are $\frac{z}{h}$ of the way from the top to the bottom (as indicated in the figure), the radius has increased by $\frac{z}{h}$ times the total increase in radius, i.e.

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