# Calculus

A manufacturer needs to produce a cylindrical can with a volume (capacity) of 1000cm cubed. The top and the bottom of the container are made of material that costs \$0.05 per square cm, while the side of the container is made of material costing \$0.03 per square centimeter. Find the dimensions of the container that will minimize the company's cost of producing this container. What is the minimum cost?

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1. done, see your previous post of this

btw, I notice you had to find the dimensions as well as the minimum cost

but once you have r, just go back into h = ...

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