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1.) What is your objective function?

2.) Can you express the radius of the cone in terms of the radius of the hemisphere and the height of the cone? Look at a cross-section through the center of both objects and Pythagoras will be your friend.

What do you find?

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In this problem I dont have idea of the functions maybe the volume of the cone and thales

as i said before they are very difficult problems.

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In this problem I dont have idea of the functions maybe the volume of the cone and thales

as i said before they are very difficult problems.

Did you try what I suggested? It really makes the problem fall into place.

Do you see how the result you posted is impossible? How can the height of the cone be greater than the radius of the hemisphere?