**Combination of Solids**

In our day-today life wer come across different solids which are combination of two or more solids. For example, top is a combination of a hemisphere and cone, circus tent is a combination of cone and cylinder. In this section we shall deal with such types of solid and find their surface area and volume.

**Example 6. **A solid toy is in the form of a hemisphere surmounted by a right circular cone. If height of the cone is 4cm and diameter of the base is 6cm, Calculate:

- The volume of the toy
- The surface area of the toy.

**Solution:-** Radius, r of cone = 6/2 = 3cm

Height, h of cone = 4cm

Radius, r of hemisphere = 3cm

Slant height

(i) Volume of the toy = volume of cone + volume of hemisphere

(ii) Surface area of the toy = Curve surface area of cone + curved surface area of hemisphere

= 3.14 X 3 X (5 + 2 X 3)

= 103.62cm

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Maths by Mr. M. P. Keshari

Subjects |
Maths (Part-1) by Mr. M. P. Keshari |

Chapter 9 |
Circle |

Chapter 10 |
Tangents to a circle |

Chapter 11 |
Geometrical Construction |

Chapter 12 |
Troigonometry |

Chapter 13 |
Height and Distance |

Chapter 14 |
Mensuration |

Chapter 15 |
Statistics |

Chapter 16 |
Probability |

Chapter 17 |
Co-ordinate Geometry |