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    Hi, would anyone be able to show working for the answer to the sector question on todays paper please?
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    Hi, would anyone be able to show working for the answer to the sector question on todays paper please?
    To work out the length of the smaller arc you do 75/360 x pi x d (which is the circumference of a circle). You do the same for the bigger arc and add 4 and 4 to the two perimeters you have worked out to get the total perimeter.
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    (Original post by Speedbird129)
    To work out the length of the smaller arc you do 75/360 x pi x d (which is the circumference of a circle). You do the same for the bigger arc and add 4 and 4 to the two perimeters you have worked out to get the total perimeter.
    Thanks so much just worked out i got 2/3!
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    Thanks so much just worked out i got 2/3!
    No problem.
 
 
 
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