anonymous
  • anonymous
S=π (1.5) √((1.5)^2+(4)^2) how to you solve this to get the answer?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
S=π 1.5 √(1.5^2+4^2) actually its like this
anonymous
  • anonymous
just break it into steps: \[1.5^2 + 4^2\] then sqrt it. then multiply it by 1.5 and then if you are looking for a decimal answer multiply in your \[\pi\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
I tried that but I keep getting the wrong answer? one time I got 4.6 then another time 0 and the answer is supposed to be 20.13n^2

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, what do you get when you plug in \[1.5^2\] and \[4^2\] and when you add them.
anonymous
  • anonymous
18.25
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah, now whats the sqrt of that?
anonymous
  • anonymous
333.06
anonymous
  • anonymous
Err I meant the square root of 18.25\[\sqrt(18.25)\] not \[18.25^2\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
4.3
anonymous
  • anonymous
right, now take that times 1.5 and \[\pi\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok how would I write that Im not doing something write I came up with zero again
anonymous
  • anonymous
plug \[4.3* \pi *1.5 \]into your calculator
anonymous
  • anonymous
got 6.45\[\pi\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
which is correct, you could also use 3.14 * \[\pi\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok Im confused then how do I get the 20.13n^2 answer

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