anonymous
  • anonymous
The figure below shows the ideal pattern of movement of a herd of cattle, with the arrows showing the movement of the handler as he moves the herd. The arc the handler makes from the starting point to the return point should be a quarter of a circle. 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? (5 points) 1884 feet 4415.63 feet 58.88 feet 117.75 feet
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ivanzud
  • ivanzud
Are you finding the arc length?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Maybe. I have no Idea on how to do this.

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ivanzud
  • ivanzud
The arc length formula is 90/360*Circumference of circle(471.238898)=117.8
ivanzud
  • ivanzud
Which is answer D
anonymous
  • anonymous
How did you find the circumference of the circle?
ivanzud
  • ivanzud
The arc length formula is actually \[\theta*r\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok ThX.
ivanzud
  • ivanzud
Circumference formula is \[2 \pi*r\]

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