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'Impossible' Solid's Volume (Posted on 2006-11-04) Difficulty: 4 of 5
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A solid whose plan view and front and side elevations resembled a multiplication symbol (x) bounded by a circle may be viewed here.

It is the third on that page.

The object can be created by imposing 3 cylinders on a cube in each of the x, y and z dimensions.

If the edges of the cube are of unit length, What is the volume of this object?

How mundane (as being simple) a solution can we get?

See The Solution Submitted by brianjn    
Rating: 4.0000 (3 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
re(2): No Subjectbrianjn2006-11-10 17:53:48
re: No SubjectJoel2006-11-10 08:30:35
No Subjectbrianjn2006-11-10 06:20:51
re(3): Checking my solutionbrianjn2006-11-05 16:59:43
re(2): Checking my solutionJLo2006-11-05 13:08:06
re: Checking my solutionRichard2006-11-05 01:03:20
Checking my solutionJoel2006-11-04 22:58:46
SolutionProposed SolutionJoel2006-11-04 21:59:38
Nothing definitebrianjn2006-11-04 18:24:12
re: Starting...Larry2006-11-04 14:51:55
Starting...Larry2006-11-04 14:36:36
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