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27 Aug 2006, 15:54
Assume that the length and width are 16 and 20 ( maximum).
The radius is 2 inches; diameter is 4 ; you can accomodate 4 by 5 number of cans

so the maximum number is 20.
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27 Aug 2006, 17:28
Got C also...

Since the height of the can is 12.. you cannot fit multiple cans on top of existing cans.. hence the largest base would be 16x20

which using d=4 (since r=2) you can fit 4x5 = 20 cans.
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28 Aug 2006, 02:54
oooh...that simple..

OA is C.
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