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SFAdrienne Group Title

Degree of rotation, just need answer checked?

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    Looks like 36

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    Thanks :)

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    OOPS! @SFAdrienne I didn't read the problem carefully, sorry! It is not thirty-six degrees.

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    from i to g, should be 3*36 doesnt' it ?

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    So I have it right then?

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    108

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    Ah I see, I guess this early morning math isn't sinking in today Thanks for the clarification :)

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    @SFAdrienne Please look at the the diagram. If you start at the top of the vertical line which divides A and J for example and then move to the line segment which divides J and I, you have travelled thirty-six degrees for example. Now use this logic to try again and you will see that @RadEn is correct. Great job @RadEn

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    Nope, apparently the answer was 72 degrees :(

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    Sorry I meant that @SFAdrienne you were correct!

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    Go me :)

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    Based on my explanation you were right @SFAdrienne I mixed up typing your name with his. lol I guess it is too early.

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    It may be too early however the strange thing is I haven't made any errors in the calculus questions but I made an error in the easy one. Even though my explanation was correct. Perhaps I should start listening to my self. LOL

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