I have a table of values that provide volume of a cone based on a diameter measurement at the 1.3 meter height mark (volume of an evergreen tree). The creator of the table is long gone and the equation used is too. I do not have the skills to rebuild it and hope a math expert can do it for me and help solve my dilemma.
I do not have a lot to go on so some 'guess work' may be involved.
Here is a list of what I have: Diameter in centimeters and volume in cubic meters. What do I do to expand/extrapolate to 62 cm diameter to get a somewhat accurate volume?
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