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Morris is designing a new sign for his ice cream shop to be placed by the exit from a nearby highway. The sign needs to be big. Really big. He plans on making the height of the bottom triangle 3 times the height of the semicircle on top of having a total area of 74 square feet. If the county will not allow any signange taller than 15 feet, will Morris be allowed to put up his cone?

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Morris is designing a new sign for his ice cream shop to be placed by the exit from a nearby highway. The sign needs to be big. Really big. He plans on making the height of the bottom triangle 3 times the height of the semicircle on top of having a total area of 74 square feet. If the county will not allow any signange taller than 15 feet, will Morris be allowed to put up his cone?

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Draw a cone with height of the bottom triangle 3 times the...

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