# The radius of the cone is then tripled, and the height of the cone is cut in half. Th
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| The radius of the cone is then tripled, and the height of the cone is cut in half. The radius of the cylinder stays the same, but the height of the cylinder is doubled. Which change produces a greater increase in volume. Which figures' volume increases by a larger factor? | ##
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