Created the largest isosceles triangle drawn within a circle of R radius cm .if the radius is increasing at a rate 0.01 R cm/s
It is fairly easy to show that the triangle with largest area inscribed in a circle is an equilateral triangle. Now, what do you mean by "create"? If the circle has radius R, then the inscribed equilateral triangle has side length [itex]\frac{2\sqrt{3}}{3}R[/tex] and area $\displaystyle \frac{1}{2}R^2$.