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Find the length of ...... Leave your answer in terms of .
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Find the length of ...... Leave your answer in terms of .
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this is where the fonts r
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not fonts dots
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900 m 15 m 5 m 30 m
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@j814wong
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dw:1343934598221:dw
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no brainer
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j814wong Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
Find teh entire circumference using Circumference=pi*d. Then, since you are onlky wanting the length of arc XPY and not XY (which is 1/4 of the entire circumfenrce since its at a 90 degree angle), multiple the entire circumference by 3/4
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theres pi after each answer
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so is it 30 pi
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hang254 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
well 30pi= 30(3.14)= 94.2, so idk
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but 15(3.14)= 47.1
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Wait you said there si a pi at the end of each answer right?
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If that's teh case, the answer is 15pi. Since diamter times pi = (10*2)pi. And since you can exclude arc XY (1/4th of the circumference since 90/360 is 1/4) because the question is asking for the arc from point XPY, multiple 20pi by 3/4 to get 15pi.
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so its 15
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Which statement about the figure is not correct? It is an irregular polygon. It is a convex polygon. It has four interior angles. It is a quadrilateral.
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its either a or c
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really use my thing for ur questions
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In this economy, we need to save internet bandwidth.
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i already have another open one. lol
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haha , lol
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so was my answer 15pi
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what about mine, wut do u guys think?
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ok thanks
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No problem
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