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Fool's problem of the day, \( (1)\) Two cones of each of which have same height and diameter are cut from the opposite sides of a unit cube with axes at the center. If the radii are \(\frac 1 4\) and \(\frac 12\) units respectively. Find the surface area of the resultant cavity. Good luck! PS: I an attest that this is not a very easy problem.

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  1. Sarkar
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    if the diameters are same ,how can the radius be different..????

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  2. FoolForMath
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    For cone 1 Height 1 = diameter 1 For cone 2 Height 2 = diameter 2

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    ohhh,sorry...

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    Pic please.

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  5. FoolForMath
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    It wasn't given to me, why should I give it to you ? ;)

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    I don't understand your description.

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    Is this supposed to be an English test?

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    lol @FoolForMath where do you get these quesitons?

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  9. estudier
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    A book where the diameter is same but different.

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  10. FoolForMath
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    No, but interpreting is a part of problem solving ;)

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    Hey, did you read my message? :S

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    is the answer 24

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  13. Ishaan94
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    |dw:1335856727472:dw|

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  14. Ishaan94
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    Surface Area of Cube - Area of Base1 -Area of Base2+Surface Area Cone1 + Surface Area Cone2

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  15. FoolForMath
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    Seems right Ishaan :)

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  16. Ishaan94
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    Thanks :-)

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