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Q: What is the empty cone at the large end of a wooden baseball bat?

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If you are talking about the large crater created after a volcano errupts, then it would be a caldera. They are formed after the magma chamber is emptied, when the cone of the volcano collapses to fill the empty space.

The cone volcano was enormously large.

You could use a wooden block, a Styrofoam cone, a birthday party hat... anything like that.

Fred Cone - baseball - was born in 1848-05.

Fred Cone - baseball - died on 1909-04-13.

A large cone has a greater volume than a small frustum while a small cone has a smaller volume than a large frustum

A cone has two faces. The large triangular part and the circular part at the bottom.

The flat and the curved surfaces. In ice cream cone terms the ice cream and the cone are the two surfaces. Even if you eat the ice cream and the cone gets empty there are 2 surfaces, the inside and the outside curved surfaces.

Most eruptions from a cinder cone are explosive, though not very large.

Fred Cone was born ? , 1848, in Rockford, IL, USA.

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The waffle must be flat(Not like a Belgian waffle). A wooden cone maker is used. The waffle is rolled over a wooded cone maker and then cooled.

Bob Cone was born February 27, 1894, in Galveston, TX, USA.

Bob Cone died May 24, 1955, in Galveston, TX, USA.

Fred Cone died April 13, 1909, in Chicago, IL, USA.

An empty cone (like an ice-cream cone) doesn't have any flat surfaces. It has two curved surfaces, one outside and one inside. A solid cone has a flat base, and one other curved surface.

The simple is to calculate the volume of the cone and subtract from the result the volume of the cone whose altitude is 1/2 the altitude of the original cone. This is easier said than done. The volume of a cone with circular base is (1/3)πr2s where r is the radius of the base and s is the altitude. The radius of the base of the empty part of the cone and hence its area can be found by using the pythagorean theorem

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David Cone was born January 2, 1963, in Kansas City, MO, USA.

The average composition of rocks comprising a large composite cone or stratovolcano is andesitic magma. It is the intermediate type between basaltic and dacitic magma.

The average composition of rocks comprising a large composite cone or stratovolcano is the same with an andesitic magma. It has an intermediate composition, with aphanitic to porphyritic texture.

Fred Cone is 5 feet 9 inches tall. He weighs 171 pounds.

This is known as a Caldera.

Bob Cone debuted on July 25, 1915 and played his final game on July 25, 1915.

David Cone debuted on June 8, 1986 and played his final game on May 28, 2003.