According to USBC regulations, a legal bowling ball must have a diameter ranging between 8.5 and 8.595 inches. Overlooking the obvious problem that a cubic bowling ball cannot roll:
If the USBC allowed cubic bowling "balls" of equal volume to spherical bowling balls:
1) What would be the maximum permissible length of a side on a cubic bowling ball?
2) Could a cubic bowling ball be squeezed between two adjacent pins in the same row, such as the 9 and 10, without touching either?
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