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 Chapter 1  Fundamentals
 Chapter 2  Algebraic Functions
 Chapter 3  Applications

Chapter 4  Trigonometric and Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Maxima and Minima Using Trigonometric Functions
 01 Rectangle of maximum perimeter inscribed in a circle
 02  Cylinder of maximum convex area inscribed in a sphere
 03  Heaviest cylinder that can be made from a shot
 0405 Stiffness and strength of timber beam
 0609 Trapezoidal gutter of greatest capacity
 10  Largest conical tent of given slant height
 11  Triangular gutter of maximum carrying capacity
 12  Cone of maximum convex area inscribed in a sphere
 13  Sphere cut into a circular cone
 1415 Ladder reaching the house from the ground outside the wall
 16  Light placed above the center of circular area
 1718 A man in a motorboat needs to catch a bus
 19 Direction of the man to reach his destination as soon as possible
 2021 Width of the second corridor for a pole to pass horizontally
 22  Smallest cone that may circumscribe a sphere
 23  Sphere cut into a pyramid
 2425 Largest rectangle inscribed in a circular quadrant
 2627 Horizontal rod entering into a room from a perpendicular corridor
 Length of one side for maximum area of trapezoid (solution by Calculus)
 Problems in Caculus Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Maxima and Minima Using Trigonometric Functions
 Partial Derivatives
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