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michellemater

  • one year ago

A circular jogging track is being designed so that one complete lap around the track is one mile long. What should the radius of the track be to the nearest foot? (one mile equals five thousand two hundred eighty feet) two thousand six hundred forty feet one thousand seven hundred sixty feet one thousand six hundred eighty-two feet eight hundred forty-one feet

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  1. michellemater
    • one year ago
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    i need help asap

  2. michellemater
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    i need help asap

  3. Ashleyisakitty
    • one year ago
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    r=(C/2*pi) r=[5280/(2*3.14)] r= ?

  4. michellemater
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    wut

  5. michellemater
    • one year ago
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    can you tell me the answer

  6. Ashleyisakitty
    • one year ago
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    What does the last equation equal to?

  7. michellemater
    • one year ago
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    i get you a medal if you answer it

  8. Ashleyisakitty
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    I did.

  9. Ashleyisakitty
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    ill give you a medal if you use your brain

  10. michellemater
    • one year ago
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    tell me it

  11. michellemater
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    mean

  12. Ashleyisakitty
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    [5280/(2*3.14)] equals what

  13. michellemater
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    two thousand six hundred forty feet

  14. Ashleyisakitty
    • one year ago
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    uh, no.

  15. Ashleyisakitty
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    do you know of those magical things called calculators?

  16. michellemater
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    oh let me try agan

  17. michellemater
    • one year ago
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    yeah

  18. michellemater
    • one year ago
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    im 12

  19. Ashleyisakitty
    • one year ago
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    your age doesnt give you an excuse for not using common sense

  20. michellemater
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    YES i know

  21. michellemater
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    is it 2 times 3 times 14

  22. Ashleyisakitty
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    3.14 is pi

  23. Ashleyisakitty
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    so its 2 x 3.14

  24. michellemater
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    so you 2x3

  25. michellemater
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    =6

  26. Ashleyisakitty
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    no, 2 * 3.14, do it exactly.

  27. michellemater
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    whhat does * mean

  28. Ashleyisakitty
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    Its multiplication. Multiply 2 by 3.14 exactly, not just 2 by 3.

  29. michellemater
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    can you just expplann it be working it out beacuse i do not get it

  30. Ashleyisakitty
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    Do you not know basic multiplication, sweetheart? its just 2 by 3.14. 3.14 2 _____ 6.28

  31. michellemater
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    I DO

  32. Ashleyisakitty
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    Now that you have that, divide 6.28 into 5280.

  33. michellemater
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    and when i get that will it be my answer

  34. Ashleyisakitty
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    what do you get when you divide it?

  35. michellemater
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    840

  36. Ashleyisakitty
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    Yes, correct. That is your answer.

  37. michellemater
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    thank you sooo much

  38. Ashleyisakitty
    • one year ago
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    yerr welcome

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