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A sphere of radius 3 m is melted to form a cylinder and a cone of equal weights and heights. Find the ratio.............

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A sphere of radius 3 m is melted to form a cylinder and a cone of equal weights and heights.
Find the ratio of radii of cylinder and cone.

posted Jan 13 by Amarvansh

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