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    Maths Problem

    So I was given this, anyone know how to get the radius? i feel like its really simple and im missing something obvious
    X2r88AvuD4Y.jpg

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    dunno 200mm would be my quick guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prottoss View Post
    So I was given this, anyone know how to get the radius? i feel like its really simple and im missing something obvious
    X2r88AvuD4Y.jpg
    Is this the exact image? I can't have any idea without it being totally accurate



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    So that's how i'd tackle it, I don't remember much but i'd try using pitagorean theorem, plus some trygonometry equations. Most likely you'll have to measure angles
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    Is 2200 mm the length of the base of the rectangle? Because if so I think something is missing, there are definitely an infinity of radiuses that satisfy the situation if no other data is given...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraphX View Post
    Is this the exact image? I can't have any idea without it being totally accurate
    image is not to scale, so you can draw it how you want it, but i already tried Pythagoras theorem but there is not enough data to use it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prottoss View Post
    So I was given this, anyone know how to get the radius? i feel like its really simple and im missing something obvious
    X2r88AvuD4Y.jpg
    And will knowing to slove this help you to have success in life? xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyward View Post
    And will knowing to slove this help you to have success in life? xD
    its good to exercise your brain now and then

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    80mm will fit 5 times into the diameter, so just divide it by 2 and get 200mm radius

    i have deleted my post wich shows another way to calculate it, the result was 202mm or similar, maybe Skyward can restore it

    the scale of the picture destroys any logical way to solve this

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmcoTraD View Post
    either i am retarded or it is super simple, rather think 1st option

    80mm will fit 5 times into the diameter, so just divide it by 2 and get 200mm radius

    i have deleted my post wich shows another way to calculate it, the result was 202mm or similar, maybe Skyward can restore it
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    thanks for the answers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prottoss View Post
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    Solving life problems is already a good beginning

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    Many problems in life can be solved by maths in fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmcoTraD View Post
    Many problems in life can be solved by maths in fact.

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