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Four similar glass tumblers just fit into a cubical box.The area of the top of the circular cover of any one of the tumblers is 4 pi.The area of each side of the box is

a. 16
b. 32
c. 32 pi
d. 64
e. 64 pi

please answer and explain

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asked by thomas
  1. do this. Get 4 quarters, put the first one on the corner of a piece of paper. Now add the other three.

    I think the smallest square you can get with the quarters enclosed is will have twice the diameter of any quarter.

    areaaqarter= (D/2)^2 PI= 4PI

    Diameter= 4 inches. area box side= 2*diatmeter.

  2. I still not get it

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