If I have a square surface of 25 m^2 and I want to know how many sphere of radius r will cover 50% of the area, then how to proceed ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Should I calculate the area of circle which will form by projecting a sphere on a 2D surface, and divide 12.5 m^2 by this area to get the no. of spheres ?

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# Sphere on a square

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