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# Angle & arcs- need help watch

1. This is unacceptable. You cannot keep posting questions on here over and over again and refuse to show your working just becase one vagabond user responds to your requests. We are here to help you, please help us to do this by providing us with some of your own thoughts on the matter.
2. (Original post by Zacken)
This is unacceptable. You cannot keep posting questions on here over and over again and refuse to show your working just becase one vagabond user responds to your requests. We are here to help you, please help us to do this by providing us with some of your own thoughts on the matter.
This is not a nice photo ...
Didn't you notice that your popularity rose due to your last avatar
3. (Original post by TeeEm)
This is not a nice photo ...
Didn.t you notica that your popularity rose due to your last avatar
I had to change it to this because of a bet.
4. When x is in radians (a unit of angle measure that's vastly better than degrees for reasons that are somewhat difficult to explain at an elementary level; thus you'll meet it in your further studies if you haven't yet), the arc length is just the radius * x. So 50 * x = 36.7 -> x = 0.734 radians. But 1 radian is defined to be 180/pi degrees (which is approximately 57 degrees), so in degrees, x = 0.734 * 180/pi = 42.1 degrees to 3 s.f.

(Original post by Bethanyt5560)
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5. (Original post by Zacken)
This is unacceptable. You cannot keep posting questions on here over and over again and refuse to show your working just becase one vagabond user responds to your requests. We are here to help you, please help us to do this by providing us with some of your own thoughts on the matter.
Wait, this user has been doing this with multiple questions?
6. (Original post by TeeEm)
This is not a nice photo ...
Didn.t you notica that your popularity rose due to your last avatar
Zain lost a wager..

(Original post by TheOtherSide.)
Wait, this user has been doing this with multiple questions?
http://puu.sh/ntGeV.png
7. (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
Wait, this user has been doing this with multiple questions?
>= 10 questions now.
8. (Original post by Student403)
Zain lost a wager..

http://puu.sh/ntGeV.png
makes sense
9. (Original post by Student403)
Zain lost a wager..

http://puu.sh/ntGeV.png

So she's expecting you guys just to give the answer...

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