Project #61975 - Calculus - integrals in cylindrical and spherical coordinates

Suppose you are asked to design a container for storing liquids with a certain capacity, for which you must do the following:
1. Set the capacity of the container you will design.
2. Using formulas of plane geometry and playing with different values, find the "form" that will be best for the container.
3. Making use of three-dimensional rectangular system and using scales, draw the body you are considering.
4. Justify the reasons for choosing the shape you selected.
5. Using the techniques learned in the course to calculate volumes and areas, find the volume of the body you proposed in the first question and determine the amount of material you will use in calculating the area of ​​the surfaces that make up the body.
6. In addition, using different shapes, find the surface that will use the least possible material but can store as much as possible.
7. Compare the result in points 1 and 2 and justify the results.

Subject Mathematics
Due By (Pacific Time) 03/11/2015 06:57 pm
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