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Square to Cone Conversion (Posted on 2020-09-12) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Take a unit square piece of paper with vertices ABCD. Join edges AB and AC to make a cone-like new three dimensional structure which is durable and water-tight.

a) What volume of water will the paper cone hold, if it is held with the axis of the cone oriented vertically?

b) What volume of water will the paper cone hold, if it is held however is necessary to maximize the amount of water it can hold?

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Some ThoughtsSolution to part a) & progress so far on b)Jer2020-09-12 21:57:12
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