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1. Hey, I know it sounds a bit stupid but how did he manage to get the area (question d i)
2. b u m p
3. Bleaseee ppplzzz
4. you should probably specify the type of question in the topic. I came in here expecting to help but sadly I dont know much of physics/mechanics.
5. (Original post by Zilch)
you should probably specify the type of question in the topic. I came in here expecting to help but sadly I dont know much of physics/mechanics.
Sorry, I was going to post it in the Physics section however I thought it was just basic maths which sadly for some reason I cannot do :'(

I just don't understand how can he work out the area????
6. Are you sure it wasn't mentioned in the previous parts of the question?
7. (Original post by purplerainn)
Are you sure it wasn't mentioned in the previous parts of the question?
8. Is it a joke? How the hell can he get the area!!!!!!!
9. I have no idea how he got the area.

I'd work backwards with the given figure of 2.4*10^8 to get the area, and make it look like I knew what it was in the first place
10. (Original post by purplerainn)
I have no idea how he got the area.

I'd work backwards with the given figure of 2.4*10^8 to get the area, and make it look like I knew what it was in the first place
LLOOOLL. I'm gonna email that stupid ******* and tell me whats what.

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