I have a solid regular tetrahedron whose side is of length 1. I want to pass
this tetrahedron through a circular hole in a flat wall of zero thickness.
What is the minimum radius of the hole in order for this to be possible?
You are not required to send a proof this month with your answer (though an explanation of how you got the result would be nice). However, the answer is required to be exact.
List of solvers:Chen Wei (1 August 22:18)
Albert Stadler (2 August 22:53)
Dan Dima (3 August 07:10)
Itsik Horovitz (7 August 23:22)
Christian Blatter (7 August 23:29)
Joseph DeVincentis (10 August 01:11)
Djinn Lu (10 August 12:15)
John T. Robinson (12 August 01:50)
Daniel Bitin (19 August 02:50)
Adam Daire (21 August 08:00)
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