# Right Circular Cone

## Ratio of Volume of Water to Volume of Conical Tank

**Problem**

A conical tank in upright position (vertex uppermost) stored water of depth 2/3 that of the depth of the tank. Calculate the ratio of the volume of water to that of the tank.

A. 4/5 | C. 26/27 |

B. 18/19 | D. 2/3 |

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## 034 Review Problem - Sphere dropped into a cone

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## 028 Review Problem - Amount of metal sheet used to construct a water tank

**Problem 28**

A water tank, open at the top, consists of a right circular cylinder and a right circular cone, as shown. If the altitude of the cylinder is three times its radius, and the altitude of the cone is two times the same radius, find the number of square feet of sheet metal required to construct a tank having a capacity of 10,000 gal. (One gal. = 231 cu. in.)

## Largest parabolic section from right circular cone

**Situation**

A right circular cone has a base diameter of 24 cm. The maximum area of parabolic segment that can be cut from this cone is 207.8 cm^{2}.

Part 1: Determine the base width of the parabola.

A. 22.32 cm

B. 18.54 cm

C. 15.63 cm

D. 20.78 cm

Part 2: Determine the altitude of the parabola.

A. 14 cm

B. 18 cm

C. 15 cm

D. 16 cm

Part 2: Determine the altitude of the cone.

A. 20 cm

B. 14 cm

C. 16 cm

D. 18 cm

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## Cylinder of maximum volume and maximum lateral area inscribed in a cone

**Situation**

A right circular cylinder of radius r and height h is inscribed in a right circular cone of radius 6 m and height 12 m.

Part 1: Determine the radius of the cylinder such that its volume is a maximum.

A. 2 m

B. 4 m

C. 3 m

D. 5 m

Part 2: Determine the maximum volume of the cylinder.

A. 145.72 m^{3}

B. 321.12 m^{3}

C. 225.31 m^{3}

D. 201.06 m^{3}

Part 3: Determine the height of the cylinder such that its lateral area is a maximum.

A. 10 m

B. 8 m

C. 6 m

D. 4 m