Calculate the optimal depth y of the coffee in your cup, calculus homework help

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Your car has no cup holder, so you must place your filled coffee cup on the passenger seat beside you when you start out in the morning. Bitter experience has taught you that the cup is least stable – and most prone to spill – when it is completely full, but becomes more stable as you drink the coffee and thereby lower its level in the cup. Assume that the centroid of the cup-plus-coffee is represented by the function of the depth y (in cm) of the coffee in the cup:

f(y)=7(3+0.7)^2-64+y^2 divided by 2(3+0.7)^2-16+2y

Round your answer to the nearest whole number. Include the sketch of the centroid function f(y)

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