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Bravo!!

On Fri, 7 Apr 1995, Ted Alper wrote:

> Hey! I got it! Please bear with my ASCII diagrams. >]]>Apr 8, 1995 3:01:56 PMApr 8, 1995 3:01:56 PMtad@midget.towson.edu0Re: how many coins?
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(for convenience, let's just worry about the CENTERS of the circles, which lie in a 1 x]]>Apr 7, 1995 11:53:15 PMApr 7, 1995 11:53:15 PMalper@Ockham.Stanford.EDU1Re: how many coins?
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Alas, I cleverly deleted the problem. If I don't have it right, I]]>Apr 7, 1995 5:01:57 PMApr 7, 1995 5:01:57 PMDENNIS@epub.ziff.com0Re: how many coins?
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Jim:

Can you prove this?

The area of the rectangle is 2000 cm^2, and the circle is pi/4 cm^2. So, if the coing was "soft", we]]>Apr 7, 1995 3:01:03 PMApr 7, 1995 3:01:03 PMtad@midget.towson.edu0Re: how many coins?
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> > Does anyone have a proof to the following: > > Given]]>Apr 7, 1995 12:38:31 PMApr 7, 1995 12:38:31 PMjosborn@genesee.freenet.org1how many coins?
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Does anyone have a proof to the following:

Given a rectangular region of 2cm by 1000cm. You can fit 2011 (I think it was 2011. It is]]>Apr 7, 1995 11:44:33 AMApr 7, 1995 11:44:33 AMtad@midget.towson.edu5