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 An ice cream cone 2019-02-05 From Eyuel:a scoop of ice cream has a 3-inch radius how tall should the ice cream cone at the same radius be in order to contain all of the ice creams inside the coneAnswered by Penny Nom. A cone of maximum volume 2015-03-16 From Mary:I have to use a 8 1/2 inch by 11 inch piece of paper to make a cone that will hold the maximum amount of ice cream possible by only filling it to the top of the cone. I am then supposed to write a function for the volume of my cone and use my graphing calculator to determine the radius and height of the circle. I am so confused, and other than being able to cut the paper into the circle, I do not know where to start. Thank you for your help! -MaryAnswered by Robert Dawson.

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