Need a partner to complete last four problems. The London Eye has a diameter of 120 meters and 32 Compartments.
Circumference of the wheel (in meters)
Area of the wheel (in meters)
Measure of a central angle in degrees
Measure of a central angle in radians
Arc length between two cars or compartments
Area of a sector between two cars or compartments.

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you already have the circumference and area?

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Yes, I'm just supposed to complete this with a partner

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- anonymous

ok. what did you get to make sure we're working with the right numbers?

- anonymous

for the central angle in degrees question
360 degrees in a circle and the circle is divided into 32 parts, so
\[\theta = \frac{ 360° }{ 32 }\]

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