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How Many Gallons in My Pool?
Equal Cores and Shells in Circles and Spheres
A Perfect Cognac Glass
Sum of Volumes of Several Platonic and Archimedean Solids
Area and Volume of n-Dimensional Spheres
Tin Box with Maximum Volume
A Sequence of Spheres
Volume under a Sphere Tangent to a Cone
Slicing a Solid of Revolution
Rhombic Triacontahedron Built on a Cube
Cutting Space into Regions with Four Planes
Balancing a Can on Its Edge
Maximizing the Volume of a Cup Made from a Square Sheet of Paper ll
Volume and Mass of a Spoonful of Powder
Approximating the Volume of a Sphere Using Cylindrical Slices
Boiling Point of Water as a Function of Altitude
An Infinite Tree of Circles or Spheres
Volumes of Revolution Using Cylindrical Shells
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