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21 Aug 2009, 15:37
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Please see attachment. Someone please explain how you figure line from an arc (or vice versa).

Thank you!

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21 Aug 2009, 18:01
the stuff in the doc can't be displayed in Word 2007. It seems to be a tiff file. Could u pls use jpg image instead and upload again?
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22 Aug 2009, 11:30
topcisco wrote:
the stuff in the doc can't be displayed in Word 2007. It seems to be a tiff file. Could u pls use jpg image instead and upload again?

Actually, this question was already posted ps-arc-50994.html

sorry for the duplicate.
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27 Aug 2009, 15:37
the circumference is 8π,
360/(8π/(4π/3))=60

OR=OU=RU=4
(O is the center of the circle)
Re: Arc   [#permalink] 27 Aug 2009, 15:37
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