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anonymous
 one year ago
Now it's time to move on to the second challenge called Tennis Trouble. The second challenge is to figure out how many tennis balls fit in a specially designed container. The radio station will give away a prize pack and a pair of front row tickets to the winner of this challenge! Each tennis ball is 2.63 inches in diameter. A sketch of the specially designed container is below. How many tennis balls can fit inside the container? How many more tennis balls could fit into the container’s dimensions are doubled? My teacher said Remember, the radius is half of the diameter.
anonymous
 one year ago
Now it's time to move on to the second challenge called Tennis Trouble. The second challenge is to figure out how many tennis balls fit in a specially designed container. The radio station will give away a prize pack and a pair of front row tickets to the winner of this challenge! Each tennis ball is 2.63 inches in diameter. A sketch of the specially designed container is below. How many tennis balls can fit inside the container? How many more tennis balls could fit into the container’s dimensions are doubled? My teacher said Remember, the radius is half of the diameter.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Please someone help lol
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