Q: Can you fit 2 basket balls in 1 ring?

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The probability is 3/7 * 2/6 * 1/5 = 1/35.

15625 golf balls will fit in 1 cubic meter. Volume of a golf ball is approximately 40 cubic cm. Since 1 cubic meter has 1,000,000 cubic cm, the number of golf balls purely on voume calculation would be 25,000. However, there would be a lot of empty space between golf balls and hence significant volume will be used by empty space. The diameter of a golf ball is 4 cms. Based on that you should be able to fit 25 balls across length, width and height making the total number of golf balls to be 25 X 25 X 25 = 15,625.

about 144 ping pong balls are in a gross.

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I will assume that the question is to find the maximum number of balls that could be packed into the space and that each ball must be kept intact. 1 inch = 25.4 mm (exactly) 1 mm = 1/25.4 inches = 0.03937007874015748031496062992126 The standard ping pong ball is 40mm in diameter according to the link 40 mm * 0.03937007874015748031496062992126 = 1.5748031496062992125984251968504 inches in diameter 12 feet = 12 feet*12 inches per foot = 144 inches (in reference to the room's dimensions) We lay the balls end to end along one wall to see how many fit. 144/1.5748031496062992125984251968504 inches = 91.44 At most, 91 whole balls will fit in this space. We now come to the complication that has to do with how the balls might be packed together efficiently (known as the sphere packing problem). For this solution, I will assume that the balls are not packed in an offset manner (the centers of which would form hexagons), but rather are in a configuration where the centers of the balls form a lattice like structure similar to the integer locations on the usual Cartesian Coordinate system. (One difficulty proving the packed solution is that to be clear, one probably needs the ability to enter images into the answer, something that currently is not allowed.) Therefore, I will simply proceed with the assumption that no offsetting of the balls takes place. 91 balls in each of the 3 directions of the cube gives 91*91*91=753,571 total balls. Notice that one cannot simply calculate the number of balls in a cubic foot and then multiply by the number of cubic feet in the room. That is because the balls don't fit exactly into the cubic foot and the extra space accumulates as more cubic feet are utilized.

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The probability is 3/7 * 2/6 * 1/5 = 1/35.

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Morgan dennison is the biggest dork ever!1,ooo pounds of golf balls can fit in a bathtub but only in outerspace. with an astronaut monkey of course!

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15625 golf balls will fit in 1 cubic meter. Volume of a golf ball is approximately 40 cubic cm. Since 1 cubic meter has 1,000,000 cubic cm, the number of golf balls purely on voume calculation would be 25,000. However, there would be a lot of empty space between golf balls and hence significant volume will be used by empty space. The diameter of a golf ball is 4 cms. Based on that you should be able to fit 25 balls across length, width and height making the total number of golf balls to be 25 X 25 X 25 = 15,625.

The basket actually had seven eggs in it. The statement that the basket had six eggs in it is also true, although misleading. If it was said that the basket had only six eggs in then it would be untrue.

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I think it depends on the fruit in the basket so between 1 week and 1 month.

Between 3000 and 3500 balls.If you were to grind up legal golf balls (minimum volume 2.482 cu. in. / 40.68 cc), you could fit almost 5118 in a drum sized at 55 US Gallons. However, using whole golf balls would waste a considerable amount of space, perhaps 1/3 the volume per single ball, which would give you 3300 balls in the drum.