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# Cone volume differentiation to find maximum value Watch

1. (Original post by frostyy)
can you just tell me what the answer is?
Eh, i would do it but that guy is annoying.
It takes 5 secs, just do what i told you.
2. (Original post by StrangeBanana)
that'd be a fair point if you had a display picture yourself
omg you are the sexiest banana <3
3. v=pi*r^2*(2-r); the original function.

Plonk r=4/3 into here:

so, v=pi*(4/3)^2*(2-4/3)
4. (Original post by Zacken)
omg you are the sexiest banana <3
Well hi there
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5. (Original post by Bath_Student)
You filthy leech, get the f*** out of here.
Someone didnt get desert
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6. (Original post by Apolexian)
Someone didnt get desert
dessert*
7. (Original post by Bath_Student)
dessert*
Pardon my French
8. (Original post by Bath_Student)
v=pi*r^2*(2-r); the original function.

Plonk r=4/3 into here:

so, v=pi*(4/3)^2*(2-4/3)
Full solutions are not allowed
9. (Original post by Student403)
Full solutions are not allowed
I am aware, and as such did not cite the units, hence making the answer incomplete.
10. (Original post by Bath_Student)
I am aware, and as such did not cite the units, hence making the answer incomplete.
Now that's a bit silly
11. (Original post by Student403)
Now that's a bit silly
Dont bother with this guy
12. (Original post by Student403)
Now that's a bit silly
**** the police.

In any case, OP did ask nicely!
13. (Original post by Apolexian)
Dont bother with this guy
He's like a little time bomb with a very short fuse. Spark anything with him and he explodes

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