Problem: Computer chips etched on circular silicon wafers of thickness 0.260 mm are sliced from a solid cylindrical silicon crystal of length 26 cm .If each wafer can hold 100 chips, what is the maximum number of chips that can be produced from one entire cylinder? Caption: The wafer held by the hand (above) is shown, enlarged and illuminated by colored light. Visible are rows of integrated circuits (chips).

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Computer chips etched on circular silicon wafers of thickness 0.260 mm are sliced from a solid cylindrical silicon crystal of length 26 cm .

If each wafer can hold 100 chips, what is the maximum number of chips that can be produced from one entire cylinder? Caption: The wafer held by the hand (above) is shown, enlarged and illuminated by colored light. Visible are rows of integrated circuits (chips).

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