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Bully For You (Posted on 2004-12-02) Difficulty: 4 of 5


Take a regular torus (doughnut) shaped object and cut a vertical slice through it at line A-A1(Fig1).

Now look at the cross section formed(Fig2). Is it possible to calculate the volume of the original Torus? Prove your results.

No Solution Yet Submitted by Juggler    
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SolutionWhat if the generating conic is not a circle?Charlie2004-12-02 19:11:04
SolutionsolutionCharlie2004-12-02 18:43:29
possible solutionChristian2004-12-02 18:35:03
yes its possiblestig2004-12-02 18:29:59
Full solutionJer2004-12-02 18:05:24
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