Consider the two shapes inside the two identical cylinders whose radius is equal to its height.
The volume on the left is a regular cone inscribed in the cylinder. The volume on the right is formed by subtracting an inscribed hemisphere from the cylinder.
When cut horizontally at the same height from the bottom, which cross-section has a larger area, the red or the green one?
- Problem by BRILLIANT
- Solution by David Vreken
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