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In the Solutions to the Sample Questions for Exam 1, Question 10b) has a solution of r/4. I don't see the logic to that answer. The logic is that the solution is A*r, which is correct, but then they simplify by stating A=1/4, which is incorrect. A equals 1/4*Ao, which would make the correct answer r/4*Ao. What am I missing?
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In the Solutions to the Sample Questions for Exam 1, Question 10b) has a solution of r/4. I don't see the logic to that answer. The logic is that the solution is A*r, which is correct, but then they simplify by stating A=1/4, which is incorrect. A equals 1/4*Ao, which would make the correct answer r/4*Ao. What am I missing?
 one year ago
 one year ago

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You're right, it's a typo
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