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# A circular pipe falls from the back of a truck and rolls. If the pipe

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A circular pipe falls from the back of a truck and rolls. If the pipe rolled a total of 37.6 feet, what is the circumference of the pipe?

(1) From where it fell to where it stopped the pipe completed 6 revolutions without skipping or bouncing.
(2) The distance from the center of the pipe to the outer edge of the pipe wall is 1 foot.

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02 Sep 2018, 21:42
Bunuel wrote:
A circular pipe falls from the back of a truck and rolls. If the pipe rolled a total of 37.6 feet, what is the circumference of the pipe?

(1) From where it fell to where it stopped the pipe completed 6 revolutions without skipping or bouncing.
(2) The distance from the center of the pipe to the outer edge of the pipe wall is 1 foot.
Answer is D imho
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10 Nov 2018, 09:34
Bunuel wrote:
A circular pipe falls from the back of a truck and rolls. If the pipe rolled a total of 37.6 feet, what is the circumference of the pipe?

(1) From where it fell to where it stopped the pipe completed 6 revolutions without skipping or bouncing.
(2) The distance from the center of the pipe to the outer edge of the pipe wall is 1 foot.

Is this a 700 level question???

I mean I found it below 600..

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