   # Two identical very thing rings. One lays flat on a table and the other stands inside it. They touch at four points...

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Two identical very thing rings. One lays flat on a table and the other stands inside it. They touch at four points. If the inner ring just touches the table, give the rings' ratio of diameter to width.  posted Dec 28, 2018
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