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how do you measure a curve???

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You mean out of a shape?
yes, curved hexagon
curved hexagon O.o

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do you mean a circle with an inscribed hexagon?
no not really, its hard to explain , sorry
just draw it :-P
inch by inch
that's how you normally approximate it, right
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consider a given segment and approximate it with a straight line; distance = \(\sqrt{\Delta x^2 + \Delta y^2}\)
as you make the change in x smaller and smaller you get a better approximation
when you get to the infinitesimal level; the change in x and y are dx and dy
\[\int_{a}^{b}\sqrt{dx^2+dy^2}\ ds\]
...curved hexagon? hmm
thank you for your help
right; use amistre's formula to approximate the length of curves and arcs in graphs.

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