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    Hello everyone.

    I need some guidence on how to do part a for this question. Can you help? Sorry that the image is the wrong way round. The question is in the attachment. :-)
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    (Original post by Electrogeek)
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    Hello everyone.

    I need some guidence on how to do part a for this question. Can you help? Sorry that the image is the wrong way round. The question is in the attachment. :-)
    Hint: Think about what the gradient would be at the minimum and maximum points.
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    Hello everyone.

    I need some guidence on how to do part a for this question. Can you help? Sorry that the image is the wrong way round. The question is in the attachment. :-)
    Form two equations, one for volume and another for total surface area, see if you can re-arrange and eliminate the d term to get what the question wants you to.
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    Hint: Think about what the gradient would be at the minimum and maximum points.
    He's asking about part (a) - I can't quite see how specific values of V' helps construct V.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    He's asking about part (a) - I can't quite see how specific values of V' helps construct V.

    :facepalm:Didn't really read the oP. On my phone atm and the picture won't load ugh
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    (Original post by FishLover)
    :facepalm:Didn't really read the oP. On my phone atm and the picture won't load ugh
    Haha, that's fine then - the title was a bit misleading, so it's no fault of yours. :lol:
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    Haha, that's fine then - the title was a bit misleading, so it's no fault of yours. :lol:
    Sorry about it being misleading - that was just the title to the problem. :-) Managed to do it now.
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    Sorry about it being misleading - that was just the title to the problem. :-) Managed to do it now.
    Don't fret it, your post had enough to clarify what the problem was, glad you managed to do it!
 
 
 
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