Posted by **Piggy** on Friday, March 2, 2012 at 10:29pm.

Four metal balls fit snugly inside a cylindrical can. A geometry student claims that two extra balls of the same size can be put into the can, provided all six balls can be melted down and the molten liquid poured into the can. Is the student cottect? Let the radious of balls be r.

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