Hi, I know this is high school math but i feel kinda stupid right now so I am asking it here:
Given is a truncated cone (upside down if relevant). Given is the volume as well as the upper and lower radius.
Now the cone got filled with a given volume. How do i determine the height of the filled liquid?
As you see in the picture, there is a cone (not a triangle). Given is r1w, r2w, and VW and VA
With that at least I am able to calculate everything else, but not hA. Can someone of you please help me?