# SOLUTION: Four Milk cans are bundled together using a piece of string. If you allow 5cm for tying a knot, what is the shortest amount of string that you need if each can has a radius of 4cm?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Surface-area Question 634358: Four Milk cans are bundled together using a piece of string. If you allow 5cm for tying a knot, what is the shortest amount of string that you need if each can has a radius of 4cm? -Please answer. I really need this immediately. Thank you!!Answer by Alan3354(34677)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Four Milk cans are bundled together using a piece of string. If you allow 5cm for tying a knot, what is the shortest amount of string that you need if each can has a radius of 4cm? -------------------------- Min = 4*d + C + 5 = 4*8 + 8*pi + 5 cm