A truck with a width of 2,40 and height of 3,41 is driving through a tunnel that is formed like a half circle and has the radius of 3,60. Will it work? Now, this is a very pathetic question because this is junior high level geometry. I could blame the incapacity to solve this question on weariness and whatnot, yet the truth is that I suck at math, lol. I drew a picture of this but can't get it right whatever I do. I googled the question and people have been giving explanations on how to solve it, such that I don't understand. I'm guessing that you have to use the pythagorean theroem. According to the textbook, the correct answer is that it won't go too well because the height of the tunnel 1,20 from the center is 3,39. (1,20 being equal to 2,40/2, what is sticking out of the truck to the sides, assuming it's driving in the center of the road. I really have no clue how to solve this. Thank you all!