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# 121616949-math.130 - 116 Chapter 6 Applications of the...

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116 Chapter 6 Applications of the Derivative 12. For a cylinder with surface area 50, including the top and the bottom, find the ratio of height to base radius that maximizes the volume. 13. For a cylinder with given surface area S , including the top and the bottom, find the ratio of height to base radius that maximizes the volume. 14. You want to make cylindrical containers to hold 1 liter using the least amount of construction material. The side is made from a rectangular piece of material, and this can be done with no material wasted. However, the top and bottom are cut from squares of side 2 r , so that 2(2 r ) 2 = 8 r 2 of material is needed (rather than 2 πr 2 , which is the total area of the top and bottom). Find the dimensions of the container using the least amount of material, and also find the ratio of height to radius for this container. 15. You want to make cylindrical containers of a given volume V using the least amount of construction material. The side is made from a rectangular piece of material, and this can
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