## < ⎙ 11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Volume of a Conical Frustum
Total Surface Area of a Cone
Lateral Surface Area of a Cone
Total Surface Area of a Cylinder
Lateral Surface Area of a Cylinder
Volume of a Circular Cone
Area of a Trapezoid
Area=((Base A+Base B)/2)*Height GO
Volume of a Circular Cylinder
Volume of a Pyramid
Volume=(1/3)*Side^2*Height GO
Area of a Triangle when base and height are given
Area=1/2*Base*Height GO
Area of a Parallelogram when base and height are given
Area=Base*Height GO

## < ⎙ 6 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Radius of cone inscribed in a sphere for maximum volume of cone in terms of radius of sphere
Radius of Cone circumscribing a sphere such that volume of cone is minimum
Radius of largest right circular cylinder that can be inscribed within a cone when radius of cone is given
The Radius (R) of a sphere that circumscribes a cube with side length S
Radius of Largest right circular cylinder within a cube when side of cube given
The Radius R of the inscribed sphere for cube with a side length S

### Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known Formula

More formulas
The Radius R of the inscribed sphere for cube with a side length S GO
Volume of Cone inscribed in a sphere when radius of sphere and cone are given GO
Radius of cone inscribed in a sphere for maximum volume of cone in terms of radius of sphere GO
Height of Cone inscribed in a sphere for maximum volume of cone in terms of radius of sphere GO
Volume of Cone inscribed in a sphere for maximum volume of cone in terms of radius of sphere GO
Radius of largest right circular cylinder that can be inscribed within a cone when radius of cone is given GO
Height of Largest right circular cylinder that can be inscribed within a cone GO
Volume of Largest right circular cylinder that can be inscribed within a cone GO
Curved Surface Area of Largest right circular cylinder that can be inscribed within a cone GO
Total Surface Area of Largest right circular cylinder that can be inscribed within a cone GO
Altitude of the largest right pyramid with a square base that can be inscribed in a sphere of radius a GO
Base length of the largest right pyramid with a square base that can be inscribed in a sphere of radius a GO
Volume of the largest right pyramid with a square base that can be inscribed in a sphere of radius a GO
Height of a circular cylinder of maximum convex surface area in a given circular cone GO
Convex Surface Area of a circular cylinder of maximum convex surface area in a given circular cone GO
Diameter of a circular cylinder of maximum convex surface area in a given circular cone GO
Height of Largest right circular cylinder within a cube GO
Radius of Largest right circular cylinder within a cube when side of cube given GO
Volume of Largest right circular cylinder within a cube when side of cube is given GO
Curved Surface Area of Largest right circular cylinder within a cube when side of cube is given GO
Total Surface Area of largest right circular cylinder within a cube GO
Side of Largest Cube that can be inscribed within a right circular cylinder of height h GO
Total Surface Area of Largest Cube that can be inscribed within a right circular cylinder when height of cylinder is given GO
Lateral Surface Area of Largest Cube that can be inscribed within a right circular cylinder when height of cylinder is given GO
Volume of Largest cube that can be inscribed within a right circular cylinder when height of cylinder is given GO

## What is cone?

A cone is a shape formed by using a set of line segments or the lines which connects a common point, called the apex or vertex, to all the points of a circular base(which does not contain the apex). The distance from the vertex of the cone to the base is the height of the cone.

## How to Calculate Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known?

Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known calculator uses Radius 1=(Radius 2*Height)/(sqrt(Radius 2^2+Height^2)+Radius 2) to calculate the Radius 1, Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known is a line segment extending from the center of a circle or sphere to the circumference or bounding surface. Radius 1 and is denoted by r1 symbol.

How to calculate Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known, enter Height (h) and Radius 2 (r2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known calculation can be explained with given input values -> 5.08279 = (13*12)/(sqrt(13^2+12^2)+13).

### FAQ

What is Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known?
Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known is a line segment extending from the center of a circle or sphere to the circumference or bounding surface and is represented as r1=(r2*h)/(sqrt(r2^2+h^2)+r2) or Radius 1=(Radius 2*Height)/(sqrt(Radius 2^2+Height^2)+Radius 2). Height is the distance between the lowest and highest points of a person standing upright and Radius 2 is a radial line from the focus to any point of a curve.
How to calculate Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known?
Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known is a line segment extending from the center of a circle or sphere to the circumference or bounding surface is calculated using Radius 1=(Radius 2*Height)/(sqrt(Radius 2^2+Height^2)+Radius 2). To calculate Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known, you need Height (h) and Radius 2 (r2). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Height and Radius 2 and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Radius 1?
In this formula, Radius 1 uses Height and Radius 2. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -