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    Hi,
    I'm doing an IA on the volume and surface area of a torus, and I've already derived the equations needed. However, these equations and their derivations are widely found across the internet, so do you think it would turn up as plagiarisation? :0Also, I'm thinking on optimising surface area with a fixed volume, meaning having the largest surface area with the smallest volume. How do you think I can do this, and whether the equations that I have just derived can play a part in this? Thanks a ton.
 
 
 
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