if Slant height of Cone(I)& hight of Cone(H) given then find radius of the Cone®
for example I=5,h=4 then the ans R=3;
Back to basics 5 - Clipboard
Celsius to Kelvin
04 - Scalar Equations 2
Given area find sides
kmph to mps
Equal to their cube
Is it an Armstrong number?
give-nth-decimal-place-of-pi up to 100 digits
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