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Hey, I am not sure how to go about doing this. It asks me to show that the volume of a cylinder is a maximum when the length is equal to the diameter. I am not sure what to do, can someone explain? Thank you
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Hey, I am not sure how to go about doing this. It asks me to show that the volume of a cylinder is a maximum when the length is equal to the diameter. I am not sure what to do, can someone explain? Thank you
The question does not make sense. There's some kind of constraint missing.
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The question does not make sense. There's some kind of constraint missing.
I have solved it now, i forgot to mention that the area is fixed but its done now.
do you knmow what r = e^(atheta) looks like
where a > 0
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