__Melting Ice Cream__
Olga gets a scoop of ice cream in a cone, and Serge gets a scoop in a cylindrical cup. Each container has a height of 8 cm and a radius of 4 cm, and each scoop of ice cream is a sphere with a radius of 4 cm.

- If Serge allows his ice cream to melt, will it fill his cup exactly? Explain.
- If Olga allows her ice cream to melt, will it fill her cone exactly? Explain.

Follow-up: How many scoops of ice cream of the above size can be packed into each container?

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