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  • one year ago

In the center of a circular field, there is a pole. The distance from the pole to the edge of the field is 20 meters. Nick would like to run around the edge of the circular field 6 times. How many meters will he have run in total ?

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  1. anonymous
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    Ok so the pole is the center of the circle right?

  2. anonymous
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    Yeah

  3. anonymous
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    so that means 20 meters is the radius

  4. anonymous
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    cause the center of any circle to the edge, is equivilant to the radius

  5. anonymous
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    Yeah I agree

  6. anonymous
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    Now do you know the formula for the curcumfirance of a circle?

  7. anonymous
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    Um

  8. anonymous
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    YOU CANT GIVE ANSWERS DIRECTLY THATS AGAINST THE RULES!

  9. anonymous
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    ok so anyway

  10. anonymous
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    Yeah

  11. anonymous
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    Now I'm confused @aahmed123

  12. anonymous
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    ok listen

  13. anonymous
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    the formula for the circumference of a circle is 2*pi*radius

  14. anonymous
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    2radius is the diamiter right?

  15. anonymous
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    Yeah 40 ?

  16. anonymous
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    yep

  17. anonymous
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    no, 20 is the radius

  18. anonymous
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    the diameter is 40

  19. anonymous
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    and the formula for the circumference is C="pi"d

  20. anonymous
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    I guess it could be...

  21. anonymous
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    or Circumference is equal to pi times the diameter

  22. anonymous
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    It's C = PI*D

  23. anonymous
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    yup, pi is approximatley 3.14

  24. anonymous
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    so do 40*3.14

  25. anonymous
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    Kk

  26. anonymous
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    so plug in 40x3.14

  27. anonymous
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    you can to that equation

  28. anonymous
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    BUT

  29. anonymous
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    I got 125.6

  30. anonymous
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    the question says he wants to run around SIX times not only once

  31. anonymous
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    so multiply your answer by 6

  32. anonymous
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    Kk

  33. anonymous
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    yup

  34. anonymous
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    I agree with @aahmed123

  35. anonymous
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    I got 753.6

  36. anonymous
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    thats your answer :)

  37. anonymous
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    Thank you SO OOOOO MUCH @aahmed123 & @heretoalwayshelp

  38. anonymous
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    np :)

  39. anonymous
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    if you need any help, just tag me

  40. anonymous
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    Kk :) aahmed123

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