1. Write a procedure that enables to compute the volume of a cone. Remember that a cone volume can be calculated using the following equation:
with r and h generated randomly, both in the range from -100 to 100.
If Maple returns negative figures for r and h, ask it to replace these values with their absolute values.
If Maple returns 0 for r and h, Maple asks directly the user to input desired values.
2) With reference to point 2, you have the following matrix:
−65 1 32
1 −12 3
12 −2 2
Write a procedure that chooses randomly two numbers from the above matrix and assigns them to r and h. Then, it compares the two cone volumes and returns the largest value.