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@unknownunknown i rember we did a problem like this similiar so i think its A and B
You're on the right path.. what do you think you should do next? :)
umm i don't know... i know 6x4= 24
\(C = \pi d\) So diameter is 24, right?
Hence radius would be 12.
The formulas for circumference are : π × diameter and 2 × radius × π
-3- i kind got confused
so is it just c
where did you get radius for 12? @geerky42
not that it's wrong... just how did you do it... I used the fact that 2pi is a 360 degree circle.
so 24pi means that you're going around a 360 degree circle 12 times. but how did grab the difference between the radius of 12 and the diameter of 12
By using the fact that radius is half the diameter.
I think you need to reread question.
I... don't get it -_-
you outright said 12 Rainbow Dash .. show work man. T_T
is it B and D?
Anyway, You know that \(C = 24\pi\) And since \(C\) is just pi times diameter, we can see that diameter is 24. And since radius is half the diameter, radius is 12. So yes it's B and D.
Okay, thank you so much :D √
Circumference of a circle is C = 2pi(r) .. ok I was doing it a bit different using degrees no wonder I couldn't get the terminology x(. k I see what happened x)
I agree with @geerky42