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arc length = radius * angle angle must be in radians convert 315 to radians by multiplying by pi/180
My best option is going to be is the 3 because you have to simplify and so i did that so your answer is the 3rd one so would pick it
IT wasn't 3.5pi. what are the steps you used? And @dumbcow I didn't fully understand your explanation
ok the length of the arc can be found by multiplying the radius by the measure of the angle. the angle is given in degrees, however it MUST be in radians to get the right answer to convert degrees to radians, you use the fact that 180 degrees equal pi radians \[\frac{radians}{degrees} = \frac{\pi}{180} \rightarrow radians = (\frac{\pi}{180})*degrees\]
So 3.14 divided by 180 * 315??
yes, however dont use 3.14 for pi notice all the answers have pi in them
Okay, so 180*315=56700 from there what would I do?
And is it always 180?
Yes thats the answer 180 since you divided it by the 3.14 correct
@hick4life , stop trolling ... you are not helping
@WhatEven , yes its always 180 .... however you multiplied not divided 180 is in the denominator ----> (315/180)*pi
@Dumbcow just no dude no dont go there
Meh, Okay. Well once I have 56700 what do I do? @LunyMoony could you shed some light on the situation?
@WhatEven , yes its always 180 .... however you multiplied not divided 180 is in the denominator ----> (315/180)*pi
Okay but when I multiply 180 by 315 I get 56700...
@WhatEven , yes its always 180 .... however you multiplied not DIVIDED 180 is in the DENOMINATOR ----> (315/180)*pi \[\frac{315}{180} \pi\]
Ohhhhh. Sorry I read it wrong :c
And I get 1.75 with that...
multiply by radius \[arc = radius* \text{\angle}\] \[arc = 4* \frac{315}{180} \pi\]
Okay, I think I understand now. Thanks (:
yw :)
Would you double check my other answers so I know I'm right @dumbcow?
sure
So I got 1.5 with the equation for this one and it's not an option....
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you are right .... just change it into a fraction
So 3/2 pi???
yep
Okay, so they changed up the question a bit. I'm going to close this one and post a new one. Would you still be willing to help? (:
sure, it will still be same steps remember ---> radius*(angle/180)pi

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