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Calcmathlete

  • 3 years ago

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  1. Calcmathlete
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  2. telliott99
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    5/12 of 360 is 150 degrees Can you just do the rest?

  3. Calcmathlete
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    I don''t get how you would get LINEAR distance though...if it were just arc lengths, it'd be simple, but not sure about this one.

  4. telliott99
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    arc lengths are linear distance, just a little curvy-like

  5. Calcmathlete
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    You sure? I thought linear meant straight lines.

  6. telliott99
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    In the limit, curved lines become straight. I can hear Yoda saying now, but backwards.

  7. Calcmathlete
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    lol...ok. it would be 30π then?

  8. telliott99
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    I trust you.

  9. Calcmathlete
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    lol...too lazy to do some mental math? XD

  10. telliott99
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    very very lazy

  11. telliott99
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    and afraid of being wrong

  12. Calcmathlete
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    lol...I checked the answer key...I am right... XD

  13. Calcmathlete
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    Thanks...I learned something new today XD

  14. telliott99
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    What is this thing with answer keys. It's like the guy going over Niagra Falls, did he have a net or what?

  15. Calcmathlete
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    lol...no idea :P

  16. telliott99
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    See ya

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