if i have a hemisphere of radius 4, is it possible using multiple integration for me to find the radius of a cylinder that sits inside the hemisphere such that the vol inside the hemisphere and outside the cylinder is a 1/12 of the vol of the hemisphere(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

anyone that can help me on this-i respect you

my inital thoughts were do i do this via polar cordinates-but the hgt of the cylinder is causing me problems-or do i assume hgt is also the radius of the cylinder?

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# Multiple integrals

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