Tube in a Sphere
A cylindrical tube is inserted in a sphere. You can produce partial tubes and spheres in various ways. The volume of the remaining part of the sphere is
, which is the volume of a sphere of radius
is half the length of the tube.
Additional contributions by:
Ed Pegg Jr
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Tube in a Sphere
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Published: October 15, 2008
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