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Outkast3r09
anyone know why when i put C/2pi into my calculator?... i get a number that is around 10 times bigger
what are you trying to solve? what's the c?
10 times bigger than what /
well roughtly.... c is just a constant i'm just wondering why i have to put 2pi in parenthesis. If i do it like this c/2/pi... i get the right answer idk if it's a calculator failure or something
because calcy takes it as (C/2) * pi
ahh lol that would make sense lol
yeah that actually pi^2 = 10 times approx
not just calcy... PEMDAS also states that c/2/pi = (c/2) * pi