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How do you find the girth of something?

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  1. amistre64
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    gotta use calculus

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  2. espinozagabe
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    Are you sure? We're trying to find it in my Algebra 2 class.

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  3. amistre64
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    \[\int_{0}^{2pi}(cheese.burger*fries)df\]

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  4. amistre64
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    girth is how round something is if i recall the dictionary

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    girthNoun/gərTH/ 1. The measurement around the middle of something, esp. a person's waist. 2. A person's middle or stomach, esp. when large. More » Dictionary.com - Answers.com - Merriam-Webster - The Free Dictionary

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    lol cheese burger fries

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  7. amistre64
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    i shoulda put that up as a line integral, that would have been a hoot

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    note to self: be hootier

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  9. espinozagabe
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    Ok well I'm trying to find the girth of a whale. How would I do that.

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    lol

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  11. JamesJ
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    A very long tape measure

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  12. amistre64
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    find a bunch of tailors

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    math provides models; when faced with a real life challenge, use real life applications

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  14. espinozagabe
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    I'm in a class. I don't have time to measure whales with a tape measure. lol

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  15. Ishaan94
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    lol you must have some kinda relation or equation

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  16. espinozagabe
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    ok well I know the length and weight of the whale.

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    and ...?

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    length times weight / number of tail feather =girth ?

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    lol

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    lol

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    you cant just make up math to fit a situation; either the data has already been retrieved and worked into a relation that can be formulated; or you have to do the grunt work

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    if someone has determined the relation of length to weight, then it might be on the google

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    i wonder how many balls had to be rolled down an inclined plane to come up with a=v/t^2

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    or some such

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