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A cylinder has a total surface area of 6Pi. What is its maximum possible volume?

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A cylinder has a total surface area of 6Pi. What is its maximum possible volume?
posted May 22, 2017 by anonymous

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May be 11.84768784

surface area is 2pir^2+pirl which is maximum if r=l Hence surface=3pi*r^2=6pi giving r=sqrt(2) and maximum vol=(4/3)pi*(1.4142)^3
=11.84768784

answer May 23, 2017 by Kewal Panesar



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