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A paper drinking cup filled with water has the shape of a cone with height h and semivertical angle . (See the figure.) A ball is placed carefully in the cup, thereby displacing some of the water and making it overflow. What is the radius of the ball that causes the greatest volume of water to spill out of the cup? h

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They all spoke Aramaic, because they polled their collective countriesand found that it was the most used language in the country. Zoroaster (c. 1000 b.c.)Founder of Zoastrianism - The legend is that Zoaster Cosmic Dualism: -Ahura Mazda- The force of good. (goodness, light). There are no images of him, because he is unimaginable. They use light to represent him. -Ahriman - The force of bad. (rage, ignorance, violence, darkness, evil) Persia Tuesday, March 19:36 PM Indo-European Language Migration When the Indo-Europeans (Persians ) moved into modern day Iran, they had the same concepts as the Hindus. So the Persians actually built their own 3 level caste system with farmers at the bottom. Persian (Achaemenid) Rulers • Cyrus II "the Great" r. 558-539 b.c. Created a unified system of laws, largest trade network, the largest road system in the world, beating the romans, common weights, commonmoney, common language. • He built a canal connecting to the Nile Delta. This was a massive trading network, and they left their collective countries to governthemselves in a form of tolerance. The Greeks resisted joining however because they refused to bow yearly to the king of kings • (Persian ruler) with a sample of their earth and water and bow to him. The Persians are so successful because they respect all of the gods and they were all about integrating people. They all spoke Aramaic, because they polled their collective countriesand found that it was the most used language in the country. Zoroaster (c. 1000 b.c.)Founder of Zoastrianism - The legend is that Zoaster Cosmic Dualism: -Ahura Mazda- The force of good. (goodness, light). There are no images of him, because he is unimaginable. They use light to represent him. -Ahriman - The force of bad. (rage, ignorance, violence, darkness, evil) -Ahura Mazda- The force of good. (goodness, light). There are no images of him, because he is unimaginable. 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Satrap provincial governor in the ancient Persian empire were ( rulers of their own villages that came to join with the persians). They had a paid professional military that all in the country could join, They also had the immortals which was a group of 10,000 elite Persian born countries. ▯▯▯ The annual ritual of submission imposed on the subjects of the Persian Empire. Once a year, all the satraps took 2 bowls, one with dirt and one with water to the Persian leader as a symbol of submission. The ancient Greeks… They were located near the Mediterraneansea. The only grain they could grow was barley and goats. They are off the Angeas sea. The Greeks are Indo -European group and their nomads that migrate to Greece, the first civilization was Minoans and the second wasMycenaean. The Minoans are on the island of Crete founded two things -Grapes -Olives (Olive oil) was an important product it was in huge demand The Minoans are on the island of Crete founded two things -Grapes -Olives (Olive oil) was an important product it was in huge demand Uses it for cooking, lighting (oil lamps), strigil (hygiene) They came up with the writing systemcalled linear A Sir Arthur Evans found a palace in Knossos it had four stories and 1300 rooms a drainage system with hot and cold water. They also had lavish palaces , well built roads and bronze metal. History shows they traded a lot. Because pottery was found all over the Mediterraneanand Western Asia. The oldest depictionofsport was found in the Minoans To the north are the Mycenaean's. They take over the Minoans and were the first to create palaces in Greece in the city of Mycenae. Myceans start a new language called linear b which has the dialect of Greek. They had no walls They traded a lot and most of the writing depicted that. Historians found amber saying that it came from Denmark this provided that they had long distance trading. But later the city ends up disappearing. Dark Age begins and the Greeks progress was forgotten. Within these three hundred years, the people of Greece lived in small groups that moved constantly in accordance with their new pastoral lifestyle and livestock needs, while they left no written record behind leading to the conclusion that they were illiterate. Later in the Dark Ages (between950 and 750 BCE), Greeks relearned how to write once again, but this time instead of using the Linear B script used by the Mycenaeans, they adopted the alphabet used by the Phoenicians “innovating in a fundamental way of introducing vowels as letters. The Greek version of the The Minoans are on the island of Crete founded two things -Grapes -Olives (Olive oil) was an important product it was in huge demand Uses it for cooking, lighting (oil lamps), strigil (hygiene) They came up with the writing systemcalled linear A Sir Arthur Evans found a palace in Knossos it had four stories and 1300 rooms a drainage system with hot and cold water. They also had lavish palaces , well built roads and bronze metal. History shows they traded a lot. Because pottery was found all over the Mediterraneanand Western Asia. The oldest depictionofsport was found in the Minoans To the north are the Mycenaean's. They take over the Minoans and were the first to create palaces in Greece in the city of Mycenae. Myceans start a new language called linear b which has the dialect of Greek. They had no walls They traded a lot and most of the writing depicted that. Historians found amber saying that it came from Denmark this provided that they had long distance trading. But later the city ends up disappearing. Dark Age begins and the Greeks progress was forgotten. Within these three hundred years, the people of Greece lived in small groups that moved constantly in accordance with their new pastoral lifestyle and livestock needs, while they left no written record behind leading to the conclusion that they were illiterate. Later in the Dark Ages (between950 and 750 BCE), Greeks relearned how to write once again, but this time instead of using the Linear B script used by the Mycenaeans, they adopted the alphabet used by the Phoenicians “innovating in a fundamental way of introducing vowels as letters. The Greek version of the Later in the Dark Ages (between950 and 750 BCE), Greeks relearned how to write once again, but this time instead of using the Linear B script used by the Mycenaeans, they adopted the alphabet used by the Phoenicians “innovating in a fundamental way of introducing vowels as letters. The Greek version of the alphabet eventually formed the base of the alphabet used for English today. Homer the author of the Iliad retold the memory of the Mycenaean world throughhis epics. These epics are told in the Hellenic age this is different from Hellenistic whichis later after 330 B.C. The values learned from the epics were.. Homer lived in the Greek period after the dark age. In the 8th century there is going to be a recovery. He was blind poet. An epic is formed the Iliad and the odyssey. The Iliad epic Is about the last few months of Trojan war. There is a wooden horse and they pull it inside the palace and start killing everybody in troy and burning the city to the ground. The odyssey is the sequel is about how it takes him 10 years to get home after the war. 1. They learned though trade, Minoans and Mycenaean learned ideas and technology from Egypt and Mesopotamia 2. Mycenaean passed on writing, legends, and other cultural features to late Greeks 3. The values were that the heroes in the poem (Homer's poems) tell the honor, courage, and eloquence. Greece is very mountainous which made unification and trade more difficult. Ci- the land could not grow many crops. Trade was necessary for survival. Greeks founded overseas colonies: • create trade network • To get Resources Later in the Dark Ages (between950 and 750 BCE), Greeks relearned how to write once again, but this time instead of using the Linear B script used by the Mycenaeans, they adopted the alphabet used by the Phoenicians “innovating in a fundamental way of introducing vowels as letters. The Greek version of the alphabet eventually formed the base of the alphabet used for English today. Homer the author of the Iliad retold the memory of the Mycenaean world throughhis epics. These epics are told in the Hellenic age this is different from Hellenistic whichis later after 330 B.C. The values learned from the epics were.. Homer lived in the Greek period after the dark age. In the 8th century there is going to be a recovery. He was blind poet. An epic is formed the Iliad and the odyssey. The Iliad epic Is about the last few months of Trojan war. There is a wooden horse and they pull it inside the palace and start killing everybody in troy and burning the city to the ground. The odyssey is the sequel is about how it takes him 10 years to get home after the war. 1. They learned though trade, Minoans and Mycenaean learned ideas and technology from Egypt and Mesopotamia 2. Mycenaean passed on writing, legends, and other cultural features to late Greeks 3. The values were that the heroes in the poem (Homer's poems) tell the honor, courage, and eloquence. Greece is very mountainous which made unification and trade more difficult. Ci- the land could not grow many crops. Trade was necessary for survival. Greeks founded overseas colonies: • create trade network • To get Resources Greeks founded overseas colonies: • create trade network • To get Resources • And reduce excess population Definitions: AegeanSea: The Aegean Sea is an elongated embayment of the MediterraneanSea located between the Greek and Anatolian peninsulas, i.e., betweenthe mainland's of Greece and Turkey. Knossos or Cnossos, is the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete and is considered Europe's oldest city. Hellas is the original name for Greece Helleneais a native of modernGreece Polis a city state in ancient Greece, especially as considered in its ideal form for philosophical purposes. Greeks founded overseas colonies: • create trade network • To get Resources • And reduce excess population Definitions: AegeanSea: The Aegean Sea is an elongated embayment of the MediterraneanSea located between the Greek and Anatolian peninsulas, i.e., betweenthe mainland's of Greece and Turkey. Knossos or Cnossos, is the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete and is considered Europe's oldest city. Hellas is the original name for Greece Helleneais a native of modernGreece Polis a city state in ancient Greece, especially as considered in its ideal form for philosophical purposes.

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Textbook: Calculus
Edition: 8
Author: James Stewart
ISBN: 9781285740621

The answer to “A paper drinking cup filled with water has the shape of a cone with height h and semivertical angle . (See the figure.) A ball is placed carefully in the cup, thereby displacing some of the water and making it overflow. What is the radius of the ball that causes the greatest volume of water to spill out of the cup? h” is broken down into a number of easy to follow steps, and 62 words. The full step-by-step solution to problem: 10 from chapter: 6 was answered by , our top Calculus solution expert on 11/10/17, 05:27PM. Since the solution to 10 from 6 chapter was answered, more than 341 students have viewed the full step-by-step answer. This textbook survival guide was created for the textbook: Calculus, edition: 8. This full solution covers the following key subjects: Water, cup, ball, making, cone. This expansive textbook survival guide covers 16 chapters, and 250 solutions. Calculus was written by and is associated to the ISBN: 9781285740621.

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