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# Solve the given problems using derivatives of trigonometric functions.

Make the
necessary drawings. Specify the given dimensions as well as the unknowns.
1. Find the altitude of the right circular cone of maximum volume inscribed about a sphere
2. Three sides of a trapezoid are each 8 cm long. How long is the fourth side when the area
of the trapezoid is a maximum.
3. Two corridors 6 m and 4 m wide respectively, intersect at right angles. Find the length of
the longest tin rod that can be carried around horizontally around the corner without
bending.
4. Find the area of the largest regular cross that can be inscribed in a circle of radius 12 in.
(A regular cross is a square surmounted by four equal rectangles).

Solve the given problems using derivatives of trigonometric functions. Make the
necessary drawings. Specify the given dimensions as well as the unknowns.
1. Find the altitude of the right circular cone of maximum volume inscribed about a sphere
2. Three sides of a trapezoid are each 8 cm long. How long is the fourth side when the area
of the trapezoid is a maximum.
3. Two corridors 6 m and 4 m wide respectively, intersect at right angles. Find the length of
the longest tin rod that can be carried around horizontally around the corner without
bending.
4. Find the area of the largest regular cross that can be inscribed in a circle of radius 12 in.
(A regular cross is a square surmounted by four equal rectangles).

Solve the given problems using derivatives of trigonometric functions. Make the
necessary drawings. Specify the given dimensions as well as the unknowns.
1. Find the altitude of the right circular cone of maximum volume inscribed about a sphere
2. Three sides of a trapezoid are each 8 cm long. How long is the fourth side when the area
of the trapezoid is a maximum.
3. Two corridors 6 m and 4 m wide respectively, intersect at right angles. Find the length of
the longest tin rod that can be carried around horizontally around the corner without
bending.
4. Find the area of the largest regular cross that can be inscribed in a circle of radius 12 in.
(A regular cross is a square surmounted by four equal rectangles).

Solve the given problems using derivatives of trigonometric functions. Make the
necessary drawings. Specify the given dimensions as well as the unknowns.
1. Find the altitude of the right circular cone of maximum volume inscribed about a sphere