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Author: Terry Trotter & Annie Fetter
Description: Geometry, difficulty level 2. If a wire wrapped around the equator of the Earth is lengthened by 100 meters, how far above the surface of the Earth would the wire now be if lifted off the surface an equal distance all the way around?

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