The cherry is a round fruit with a round stone. If the flesh of the cherry around the stone is as thick as the stone itself, can you calculate mentally how much more pulp than stone there is in the cherry?

The cherry is a round fruit with a round stone. If the flesh of the cherry around the stone is as thick as the stone itself, can you calculate mentally how much more pulp than stone there is in the cherry?

7 times

Volume is related to radius cubed. Pulp average radius = 2 * stone radius

Volume of pulp is 8 * stone volume minus 1 * stone volume = 7 times stone volume

26 times….

i guess..

The pulp is double the the cherry..