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pablobegins Group Title

This one's a challenging one...

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    r=radius, and a =angle height of a hole (y) is simply: r sin(a) and the x part is: r cos(a)

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    y1 or y2? can this be applied for both?

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    this is applied to any hole that you need to find. r = 42 in this case from what I can tell, and you just have to keep an eye on your angles for the "a"

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    r = 46 that is ;)

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    so for x1, y1, for example, the angle is 36, correct? (just trying to make sure i'm understanding)

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    y1=46sin(27)

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    nah x1,y1 has an angle of 27

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    x2,y2 is 27+27 = 54

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    y2=46cos(36)

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    it less confusing if you measure your ys in sins but you could do y2 that way as well

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    how do i find x?

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    x = r cos(a)

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    52 cos (27)?

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    x1=46cos(27) x2=46sin(36)

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    no, the hole hasnt moved from its original spot; the radius is still 46

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    ignore the stuff they put in there to distract you with

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    Is it really challenging????

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    it can be

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    i'm sorry, im just terrible at math >-<

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    how do i give you both the points?

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    each name has a good answer option beside it if you like

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    got it, thank you :D

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