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# How many cylindrical cans with radius of 2 inches abd height

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How many cylindrical cans with radius of 2 inches abd height [#permalink]  26 Nov 2005, 05:07
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How many cylindrical cans with radius of 2 inches abd height of 6 inches can fit into a rectangular box
1) Volume of box = 230 cu in
2) Length of box is 3 inches
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Re: Tricky DS from Kaplan [#permalink]  26 Nov 2005, 05:18
do we know height or bredth? no. so E.
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yup it should be E because we need to know the hight and the bredth.
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Well, as I said, its a tricky one.. not that straightforward.
Ans is not E.
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I say it's B. If a side is less than 4 than no cylinder can fit in the box.
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HongHu wrote:
I say it's B. If a side is less than 4 than no cylinder can fit in the box.

You're right HongHu. The box is too small for the cylinder. The length should be atleast 4 for the cylinder to fit in.
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