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What is the volume of a peanut MM?

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2005-10-28 15:27:23
2005-10-28 15:27:23

I don't know, but I can tell you how to find out. You will need a measuring beaker, a paper towel and about 10 M&M's. Half fill the beaker with water and record the level of the water, read from the bottom of the meniscus (curvy bit on the edge of the water's surface) and record it. Drop in the 10 M&M's and take another reading just like the first. Take the first reading from the second and then divide by the number of M&M's in the water. The final step is to retrieve the M&M's from the water and pad them dry with the towel, you can now eat them.

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