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ok since (C=pD) I would divide the circumference by PI to get D then divide it by 2 to get R
a line around will give you the circumference not the diameter.
r^2 when you have the radius correctly.
Volume = π × r2 × (h/3)
I would measure the height using a tape measure then half the height I would draw a line around the circle and measure the height across and divide it by 2 and use that as a radius
This is the last question am stuck on
Thank you guys
Excellent! That's what I make it too.
Good ... so s = ???
5. OK I need to find the area to get the length of each side . If H is 18 that means the apothem equals 9 So that means the area = A^2 * N * tan * (180/n)
6. If a hexagon is resting on a flat side, and has a total height of 18, what is the area of the hexagon?
6- If H is 18 that means the apothem equales 9 So that means the area = A^2 * N * tan * (180/n)
area= 9^2 * 6 * tan * (180/6) = 280.59
Thank you so so much....
Divide on both sides by that constant.
Convert it to decimal, not necessary but will make it a bit easier for you.
How about now?