anonymous
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A cell phone tower has a circular coverage pattern that transmits out for 3 miles. a. What is the radius and the diameter of the coverage? b. What geographical features in the city would represent secant and/or tangent lines in relationship to the circular coverage? c. Using the terms of geometry, what section of the secant line would represent the portion that would have cell coverage? d. If the cell tower is 2 miles east and 3 miles north of the center of the city, what would the equation be for the circle representing the cell coverage?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A. The radius is 3, and the diameter is just double that
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