Chork's Puzzles

Welcome to Chork's Puzzles (Revived)! Feeling inspired to create my own puzzles again, I've decided to set new challenging puzzles to boggle you all once again! (:

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Saturday, September 30, 2006

Chork's Puzzle 30

Difficulty Rating: 2

Part 1 of the square-circle-triangle trilogy

The ratio of the perimeter of a square to a circle to an equilateral triangle is 20:x:y. Now, the ratio of the areas of the same square to the same circle to that equilateral triangle is x:y:20.

Find, to the nearest integer, the value of x + y.
If you know the answer, post it in the comments section of this post.


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