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  • one year ago

Help? Please? hat is the ratio of the length of DEown to the length of BCown? Answers : 14 13 25 15

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  1. anonymous
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    http://cdn.ple.platoweb.com/PCAP-ASSETS-PROD/67133dd9aa2a4fcbb43ebe4361a828a5

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The arc length formula is s = rΘ. BC = r(2ß) = 2rß What's DE?

  3. anonymous
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    br/2?

  4. anonymous
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    yes, so divide them to get the ratio.

  5. anonymous
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    But how do I do that? o.o is 2rb b r/2 ?

  6. anonymous
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    |dw:1434914617046:dw|

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    what does that simplify to?

  8. anonymous
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    br 4br ?

  9. anonymous
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    and then you cancel the br ?and get 1/4 ?? I am not sure of that...

  10. anonymous
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    yes, that's exactly right.

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    Yay ! Thanks a lot :3

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    you're welcome

  13. anonymous
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    Do you think you can help me a little more? Is for Plato and I don't understand some of them :|

  14. anonymous
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    I'll help if I can, but I'm not going to be online much longer

  15. anonymous
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    Okay, it fine, same here c:

  16. anonymous
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    so this is a questions for Sample Space Do you think you can help?

  17. anonymous
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    An experiment consists of tossing a coin and drawing a card, with the card-drawing stage dependent on the result of the coin toss. If heads occurs, then a card is selected at random from the clubs and spades suits. If tails occurs, then a card is selected at random from the hearts and diamonds suits. What is the size of the sample space of this two-stage experiment? 26 52 104 208

  18. anonymous
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    Sorry don't know that one. I stink at statistics

  19. anonymous
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    Same here bro ://

  20. anonymous
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    Thank you tho :3

  21. anonymous
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    np

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