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Find the dimensions of the largest right cicular cone that can be inscribed in a sphere of the radius 12 inches.

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  1. melmel Group Title
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    try it master

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    ??

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    this also include calculus right?

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    right

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    ok first of all when will be the right circular cone will be largest when radius = 12 inches

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    yes

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    very confusing .. @Callisto

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    yeah super haha

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    http://www.themathpage.com/acalc/applied.htm check out problem no. 5 its similar but in it we want to find volume

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    yes i also searched for it .but found only volume :(

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    @mathslover i think in this case we'll take lateral area and total area LA= pi*r*l TA= LA + BA where LA= lateral area BA = base area TA= pi*r*l + pi*r^2 =pi*r(l+r) now we can max or min its dimensions easily

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    Hmn @annas I am seriously diverged in a complicated question .. well it seems that you are going right but not sure

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    ok...

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