- anonymous

Based on this theory, what distance will the handler move from the starting point to the return point if he creates an arc of a circle of radius 75 feet?
1884 feet
4415.63 feet
58.88 feet <---- My Answer
117.75 feet

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- Plasmataco

what are u trying to find. a sector, a segment, circumfrence, arc?

- Loser66

How can you get that number?

- Plasmataco

what is the degree of the angle

- anonymous

i kinda had guessed on this one but at first i thought you would divide but im not sure

- Plasmataco

not enough info! what is the degree, then I can solve it

- anonymous

im not sure theres nothing else besides that image is all the info it has but i think degree is 75

- Plasmataco

that's the radius

- Vocaloid

I've seen this problem posted before, the degree is supposed to be 90

- Plasmataco

oh...

- Vocaloid

(the full problem says "quarter of a circle" somewhere, I'll see if I can find the full problem...)

- Plasmataco

so what is the circumfrence @Moo_Moo17 ?

- Vocaloid

(here it is for verification) http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4f86f7d0e4b0505bf08697db

- Plasmataco

75*2*pi.

- Plasmataco

because 90 is 1/4 360, would it be fair to say that the arc is 1/4 the circumfrence?

- Plasmataco

so 150pi/4 is 37.5pi which is around 117.806

- Plasmataco

so it would be the last answer.

- anonymous

thank you plasmataco ^w^

- Plasmataco

you forgot to multipy by 2 when you were finding the circumfrence

- Loser66

@Plasmataco Can I make a question on it?

- Plasmataco

ok

- anonymous

yea i figured that i was needing to multiply but i was just having trouble calculating

- Loser66

How do you define "distance"? is it the same with the length of the arc?

- Plasmataco

yes.

- Loser66

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- Plasmataco

no. the distance curves to form a arc. distance doesn't have to always be a straight line

- Loser66

ok, got you. Thanks for making it clear.

- Plasmataco

no problem

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