a.

The exact metric relationship between the height, the radius, and the generatrix of the cone formed by the candle packaging, so that the packaging is made with a single piece of paper and without waste of material, is: 20 cm <= g <= 25π cm.

b.

The exact metric relationship between the height, the radius, and the generatrix of the cone formed by the candle packaging, so that the packaging is made with a single piece of paper and without waste of material, is: 20 cm <= g <= 12,5π cm.

c.

The exact metric relationship between the height, the radius, and the generatrix of the cone formed by the candle packaging, so that the packaging is made with a single piece of paper and without waste of material, is: 20 cm <= g <= 15π cm.

d.

The exact metric relationship between the height, the radius, and the generatrix of the cone formed by the candle packaging, so that the packaging is made with a single piece of paper and without waste of material, is: 20 cm <= g <= 20π cm.

e.

The exact metric relationship between the height, the radius, and the generatrix of the cone formed by the candle packaging, so that the packaging is made with a single piece of paper and without waste of material, is: 20 cm <= g <= 10π cm.

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