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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

what if you had the great circle of 36pi in, and you had to find the radius, surface, volume?

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    already answered.

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    not really.. still need help

  3. anonymous
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    Show me how you're trying to solve the problem.

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    i dont even know what to do

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    What grade/year of college are you in? That way, I can tailor my explanation.

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    12 grade im a senior

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    can you go to chat? I'll try to explain there

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