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    Hi! I have a maths worksheet for homework and I am so confused. I am currently in my last year of GCSE's and I would really like some help. I am only looking for a little bit of guidance with a few questions. If you have a little time and can help me please PM me Thank you so much!
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    Hi! I have a maths worksheet for homework and I am so confused. I am currently in my last year of GCSE's and I would really like some help. I am only looking for a little bit of guidance with a few questions. If you have a little time and can help me please PM me Thank you so much!
    Just post them here along with your attempt, and you'll be pointed in the right direction.
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    Does anyone know how to calculate the circumference of a full circle using only a sector of a circle? So if I have calculated the area of a sector and I have the radius and angle how would I calculate the full circle circumference?
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    Does anyone know how to calculate the circumference of a full circle using only a sector of a circle? So if I have calculated the area of a sector and I have the radius and angle how would I calculate the full circle circumference?
    C= 2pi r
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    Does anyone know how to calculate the circumference of a full circle using only a sector of a circle? So if I have calculated the area of a sector and I have the radius and angle how would I calculate the full circle circumference?
    You have the radius...
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    C= 2pi r
    Thank you
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    Thank you
    No problem
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    How would I work this out? It has been baffling me for ages!
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    How would I work this out? It has been baffling me for ages!
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    It's on this website. It's the saturday 5th and sunday 6th question.

    http://mrchadburn.co.uk/wp-content/u...EMBER-2016.pdf
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