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You are given four tennis balls and asked to arrange those balls in a manner that the distance between each one.........

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You are given four tennis balls and asked to arrange those balls in a manner that the distance between each one of them is exactly equal. How will you do it?

posted Feb 6 by Parampreet Kaur

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