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 A tennis ball in a triangular prism 2014-10-06 From Anna:Hi, I need to find the the base and the height of a triangular prism, but I only know the diameter of a tennis ball that fits exactly in the triangular container.. The diameter for the ball is 8.50cm. Can you help me find the formula? Thank you!Answered by Penny Nom. Three tennis balls 2012-05-17 From eiman:Three tennis balls are placed inside a container . the tennis balls are tangent to the top, bottom,and sides of the container . find the volume of air inside the container surrounding the tennis balls if the diameter of the tennis balls is 6 inchesAnswered by Chris Fisher. I want to place four sticks equal distance apart into a tennis ball. 2005-12-13 From Bev:I want to place four sticks equal distance apart into a 3 inch tennis ball. The circumference of the ball is 9 inches. Where should I place the sticks and how many inches apart.Answered by Chris Fisher. Tennis balls and probability 2004-11-01 From Jeremy:I have a hopper of tennis balls that contains 25 new tennis balls and 10 old tennis balls. In the hopper the tennis balls are mixed up randomly. If i take one ball out of the hopper and hit it and then put it back and then take another ball out of the hopper and hit it and put it back, what is the probability that i hit two new tennis balls? Also a tennis ball becomes old after being hit just once.Answered by Penny Nom. Lobbing a tennis ball 2000-10-31 From Alex:If a tennis ball is lobbed into the air with an initial upward velocity of 12 meters per second, its velocity and height will be functions of time in flight described by the following rules: V=12-9.8T and H=1+12T-4.9T 2 Find the maximum height of the tennis ball and the time it takes to reach that height. Answered by Penny Nom.

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