The cylindrical container
The cylindrical container has a base area of 300 cm3 and a height of 10 cm. It is 90% filled with water. We gradually insert metal balls into the water, each with a volume of 20 cm3. After inserting how many balls for the first time does water flow over the edge of the container?
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