# Snowman

In a circle with a diameter 50 cm are drawn 3 circles /as a snowman/ where:

its diameters are integers,
each larger circle diameter is 3 cm larger than the diameter of the previous circle.

Determine snowman height if we wish highest snowman.

Correct result:

X =  48 cm

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