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answer 13,3 cm 13,3 cm y 133 cm

I have no idea maybe the equations are

truncated cone

V = Pir^2H/3

a = piR^2

r= D/2

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answer 13,3 cm 13,3 cm y 133 cm

I have no idea maybe the equations are

truncated cone

V = Pir^2H/3

a = piR^2

r= D/2

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I get completely different answers, which leads me to believe I am not interpreting your intentions correctly. Could you provide a diagram? You can draw a crude sketch using a graphics editing program (MS Paint if you run Windows) and upload it as an attachment. Unless we know what the problem is asking, we are at a loss to help you. Help us to help you.

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I get completely different answers, which leads me to believe I am not interpreting your intentions correctly. Could you provide a diagram? You can draw a crude sketch using a graphics editing program (MS Paint if you run Windows) and upload it as an attachment. Unless we know what the problem is asking, we are at a loss to help you. Help us to help you.

volume cone truncated=[ (R²+r²+ R.r).¶.H]/ 3, with R=radio major bass

r radio bass minor

The tree trunk has two circles that are equals

its diaMEters are 10 and 20 cm so radius are 5 and 10

The two axes are equals when I cut the trunk

What is the trunk of max volume

If it is your interpretacion

It is very easy suposse the graph so the book may be it is wrong

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r radio bass minor

The tree trunk has two circles that are equals

its diaMEters are 10 and 20 cm so radius are 5 and 10

The two axes are equals when I cut the trunk

What is the trunk of max volume

If it is your interpretacion

this may be the answer because the books sometimes has mistakes

It is very easy suposse the graph so the book may be it is wrong

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r radio bass minor

The tree trunk has two circles that are equals

its diaMEters are 10 and 20 cm so radius are 5 and 10

The two axes are equals when I cut the trunk

What is the trunk of max volume

If it is your interpretacion

this may be the answer because the books sometimes has mistakes

It is very easy suposse the graph so the book may be it is wrong

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Now, I am waiting for you to provide a diagram, as I simply am not clear from your description what the problem actually is. A diagram would tell me what is actually being asked. Please help us to help you.