can any on help with drawings or not,

prove that the maximum volume of a regular tetrahedron (prism with equilateral triangles faces) inscribed in a sphere of radius 5 cm is 125 cm^3. thanks in advance (Talking)

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- March 24th 2013, 03:50 AMtetotetrahedron inscribed in a sphere
can any on help with drawings or not,

prove that the maximum volume of a regular tetrahedron (prism with equilateral triangles faces) inscribed in a sphere of radius 5 cm is 125 cm^3. thanks in advance (Talking) - March 24th 2013, 07:53 AMmajaminRe: tetrahedron inscribed in a sphere
If you explain the level of math you are comfortable or knowledgeable working at, then we could proceed with appropriate help for your question.

- March 24th 2013, 09:29 AMMINOANMANRe: tetrahedron inscribed in a sphere
Teto : there is something wrong with your question....

- March 24th 2013, 11:37 AMtetoRe: tetrahedron inscribed in a sphere
im woking at math 2 the proplem is from applications on local maximum and minimum by using derivative of a function i have a good knowledge in solid geometry .if there is something wrong with the final volume just ignore it i want the procedures whatever the final answer is .

- March 24th 2013, 11:38 AMtetoRe: tetrahedron inscribed in a sphere