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Partially illuminated cone (Posted on 2021-11-12) Difficulty: 4 of 5
A cone with radius 6 and height 8 is sitting on a table. A spotlight with a cylindrical beam of radius 3 is shining directly at the cone. The beam is parallel to the surface of the table and the bottom of the beam just touches the table. The cone just barely blocks the entire light beam.

What is the illuminated area?

No Solution Yet Submitted by Jer    
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re: a hundred million points of lightCharlie2021-11-14 11:44:28
Solutiona hundred million points of lightCharlie2021-11-14 11:24:44
re: Some analytic progressJer2021-11-14 10:39:09
re: Some analytic progressSteven Lord2021-11-13 23:02:33
Hints/TipsSome analytic progressBrian Smith2021-11-13 15:58:02
Looking for my errorJer2021-11-12 17:37:46
re(2): solnCharlie2021-11-12 10:37:41
re: solnCharlie2021-11-12 10:34:14
re: solnJer2021-11-12 10:19:46
solnSteven Lord2021-11-12 09:30:05
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