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The surface area of a right-circular cone of radius and height ℎ is =+ℎ2√, and its volume is =ℎ. (a) determine ℎ and for the cone with given surface area =2 and maximal volume (b) what is the ratio ℎ/ for a cone with given volume =7 and minimal surface area

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