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Here is an assigned problem:

http://www.stfx.ca/academic/mathcs/courses/calculus/Current_Projects/PROJECT%20I%20Spring%202007.doc [Broken]

As it is a problem for my integral calculus class, I assume some integral calculus would be required to solve it, possibly dealing with the rate of change of the sphere as it descends down into the cone, but I'm not sure.

I'm not exactly looking for a complete solution, more of a thought process that would lead me in the right direction. Any help or thoughts on this is appreciated.

Thanks.

http://www.stfx.ca/academic/mathcs/courses/calculus/Current_Projects/PROJECT%20I%20Spring%202007.doc [Broken]

As it is a problem for my integral calculus class, I assume some integral calculus would be required to solve it, possibly dealing with the rate of change of the sphere as it descends down into the cone, but I'm not sure.

I'm not exactly looking for a complete solution, more of a thought process that would lead me in the right direction. Any help or thoughts on this is appreciated.

Thanks.

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