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Project Euler Question 222
Would I be wrong to assume that the solution to this problem: What is the length of the shortest pipe, of internal radius 50mm, that can fully contain 21 balls of radii 30mm, 31mm, ..., 50mm? ...
Jan 10 '12 at 10:28
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