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Fan and medal. At a school carnival, the diameter of the mat of a trampoline is 10 feet and the diameter of its metal frame is 12 feet. What is the length, in feet, of the metal frame that surrounds the trampoline? Use 3.14 for π and round your answer to the nearest tenth.

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    I suck at math, sorry...

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    oh its ok dude

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    hello????????

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    oh wait i got the answer from someone else its 37.7 ft

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    In math, very often a diagram helps you visualize the problem. |dw:1440415508931:dw| The length of the steel frame is the circumference of the outer circle. Hint: use the formula : circuference = \(\pi\)d where \(\pi\) = 3.14 approximately and d=diameter

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    thnx

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