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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

who can explain the process of geometry?

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  1. sandra
    • 5 years ago
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    hey! what do you mean? I may be missing something, but do you have an example question?

  2. divanshu
    • 5 years ago
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    yes ..give example question to baby sandra

  3. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    lol.. okay divanshu like we were on the last questions i just want to keep on going bcuz there are 3 in total.. @ Sandra here goes everything.. pete his designing a company logo by dividing a circle into fice equal pie shaped sections as shown in the diagram above. How many degrees are in angle a? a.36 b. 72 c.50 or d.100 and the answer i got it already from divanshu and he said how he got it the second question is pere plans to put silver colored ribbon around the circular logo. about how many inches of silver colored ribbon will he need? a. 360 b.20.0 c.31.4 or d.62.8 and the third question is and the third questions is of pete wants to piant the entire circle of his logo blue, how many square inches will he need to cover? a. 31.4 b.157 c.314 or d. 50? i really want to know how u guys ge tthe answer please i need help ;D

  4. divanshu
    • 5 years ago
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    see for 2nd question answer is D 62.8 and last is 314

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