While the key from #4 ( option, on mac, and crtl, on Windows) is pressed, select a grip along the diagonal and move it towards the center marker to get a truncated cone.

## Which SketchUp tool is used to copying an object?

With the **Select tool ( )**, select the geometry you want to copy. Select the Move tool ( ) from the toolbar or press M. The cursor changes to a four-way arrow. To tell SketchUp that you want to duplicate the selected entities, tap the Ctrl (Microsoft Windows) or Option (macOS) key to toggle Copy functionality.

## What is the formula for the volume of a truncated cone?

Truncated cone volume (volume of frustum)

**volume = (1/3) * π * depth * (r² + r * R + R²)** , where R is a radius of the base of a cone, and r of top surface radius.

## What is the volume of the oblique cone?

The volume V of a cone with radius r is **one-third the area of the base B times the height h** . Note : The formula for the volume of an oblique cone is the same as that of a right one.