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  1. gabbyalicorn
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  2. gabbyalicorn
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    @unknownunknown i rember we did a problem like this similiar so i think its A and B

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    You're on the right path.. what do you think you should do next? :)

  4. gabbyalicorn
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    umm i don't know... i know 6x4= 24

  5. geerky42
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    \(C = \pi d\) So diameter is 24, right?

  6. geerky42
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    Hence radius would be 12.

  7. anonymous
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    The formulas for circumference are : π × diameter and 2 × radius × π

  8. gabbyalicorn
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    -3- i kind got confused

  9. gabbyalicorn
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    so is it just c

  10. UsukiDoll
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    where did you get radius for 12? @geerky42

  11. UsukiDoll
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    not that it's wrong... just how did you do it... I used the fact that 2pi is a 360 degree circle.

  12. UsukiDoll
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    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

  13. geerky42
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    By using the fact that radius is half the diameter.

  14. geerky42
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    I think you need to reread question.

  15. gabbyalicorn
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    I... don't get it -_-

  16. gabbyalicorn
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    so B

  17. UsukiDoll
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    you outright said 12 Rainbow Dash .. show work man. T_T

  18. gabbyalicorn
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    is it B and D?

  19. geerky42
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    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.

  20. gabbyalicorn
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    Okay, thank you so much :D √

  21. UsukiDoll
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    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)

  22. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I agree with @geerky42

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