If we take a sphere, its surface area is exactly 4 times the area of its shadow. How can it be generalised for any convex shape?

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If we take a sphere, its surface area is exactly 4 times the area of its shadow. How can it be generalised for any convex shape?

Introduction to Geometric Probability. $\endgroup$ – Gro-Tsen Apr 18 at 14:20