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  1. candyme
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    I'm not sure if you're dealing with a trig type question, but on the unit circle yuor angle measure is pi

  2. candyme
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    In radians it is pi. In degrees it is 180

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    thanks

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    all cirle rauds are 6 inches and top side is 1.5 feet and bottom is 7.5 feet

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    A cellar in the shape of a trapezoid is used to store cylindrical barrels of wheat that have a radius of 6 in. If the wheat barrels are stored in the cellar right up against the walls in this way, how much of the floor of the cellar won’t be covered by wheat barrels?

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    help

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    the picture goes with the paragraph.

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  10. anonymous
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    18 inches

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