Given a right circular cylinder of height , & radius . The task is to find the length of the longest rod that can be inserted within it.
Input : h = 4, r = 1.5 Output : 5 Input : h= 12, r = 2.5 Output : 13
From the figure, it is clear that we can get the length of the rod by using pythagoras theorem, by treating the height of cylinder as perpendicular, diameter as base and length of rod as hypotenuse.
So, l2 = h2 + 4*r2.
l = √(h2 + 4*r2)
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