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  1. anonymous
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    please! help me I will give yuo medals

  2. anonymous
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    Circumfrance = 3.14*diameter

  3. anonymous
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    Can you write equation ,step by step

  4. anonymous
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    Ok, the sphere has a circumference of 21 ft, so write 21 = 3.14 d

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    Now to solve the equation divide both sides by 3.14

  6. anonymous
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    21=pi*Dimeter

  7. anonymous
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    now Do I have to find Dimeter?

  8. anonymous
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    Yes, you need to know the diameter to know if it will fit in the room

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    Ok, after I have Dimeter ,what I do next?

  10. anonymous
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    the room Do I have to find volum of sphere and the Room?

  11. anonymous
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    It says nothing about volume

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    It asks if it will fit

  13. anonymous
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    Now that you know the diameter and the size of the room you should be able to tell if it fits

  14. anonymous
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    diameteris: 6.7

  15. anonymous
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    the room is :10 x12

  16. anonymous
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    Notice that the diameter is the largest part of the circle and that is less than all three dimensions of the room

  17. anonymous
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    and 6.7 will fit with 10 right?

  18. anonymous
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    You compare the diameter to all three dimensions one at a time, if it is less than each it will fit

  19. anonymous
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    yes, I see, the diameter all less than 3 dimensions of the room is will fit

  20. anonymous
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    Your answer should be something like, "since the largest dimension of the sphere is less than every dimension of the room, it will therefore fit"

  21. anonymous
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    Now I understand now ,Thank

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    You're welcome

  23. anonymous
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    I will give you a medals now

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    Thanks :)

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