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Postby Dirty Vasooka » Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:50 pm

    

Guys need help po..Anybody here who can help me the assignments of my nephew in elementary..I believe there's a lot of math kids in the forum..anybody knows the answer of the following problems? any formula po. or how you arrived in the answer? sorry po out of topic .sana may makatulong.

1. The minute hand of a clock is 10 cm long.How far does its tip travel in one hour?

2. A goat is tied to a post with a 5-m rope. If the post is an open space, how far can the goat walk around the post?

3. If the distance from the ferris wheel center to one of the seats is approximately 20 meters, what is the distance travelled by a seated person for each revolution?

4. The perimeter of a square paper is 48 cm. what is the circumference of the largest circle that can be cut out of the paper?

5.A circle is drawn around a square. If the circumference of the circle is 36r.,what is the length of the diagonal of the square in terms of r??

its awesome if you can help.. thank you po.


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Postby Dirty Vasooka » Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:41 pm

Baka merun smart sa Math po....
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Postby onlooker » Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:13 pm

Dirty Vasooka wrote:Guys need help po..Anybody here who can help me the assignments of my nephew in elementary..I believe there's a lot of math kids in the forum..anybody knows the answer of the following problems? any formula po. or how you arrived in the answer? sorry po out of topic .sana may makatulong.

1. The minute hand of a clock is 10 cm long.How far does its tip travel in one hour?

2. A goat is tied to a post with a 5-m rope. If the post is an open space, how far can the goat walk around the post?

3. If the distance from the ferris wheel center to one of the seats is approximately 20 meters, what is the distance travelled by a seated person for each revolution?

4. The perimeter of a square paper is 48 cm. what is the circumference of the largest circle that can be cut out of the paper?

5.A circle is drawn around a square. If the circumference of the circle is 36r.,what is the length of the diagonal of the square in terms of r??

its awesome if you can help.. thank you po.


Let me try to answer # 1

As the hand of a clock ticks, it creates a circular motion around the center point. Talking about the tip of the hand, it will form a circle's circumference. Here's how to get it:

STEP 1: c = pi * diameter

STEP2: A minute hand of a clock is 10cm long <<-- That's the radius of the circle (half of its diameter). To get the diameter, multiply it by 2. Therefore, the diameter is 20cm

STEP 3: c = 3.1416 * 20cm

ANSWER: c = 62.83cm
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Re: OT: THINK SMART

Postby onlooker » Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:16 pm

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Dirty Vasooka wrote:Guys need help po..Anybody here who can help me the assignments of my nephew in elementary..I believe there's a lot of math kids in the forum..anybody knows the answer of the following problems? any formula po. or how you arrived in the answer? sorry po out of topic .sana may makatulong.

1. The minute hand of a clock is 10 cm long.How far does its tip travel in one hour?

2. A goat is tied to a post with a 5-m rope. If the post is an open space, how far can the goat walk around the post?

3. If the distance from the ferris wheel center to one of the seats is approximately 20 meters, what is the distance travelled by a seated person for each revolution?

4. The perimeter of a square paper is 48 cm. what is the circumference of the largest circle that can be cut out of the paper?

5.A circle is drawn around a square. If the circumference of the circle is 36r.,what is the length of the diagonal of the square in terms of r??

its awesome if you can help.. thank you po.


Let me try to answer # 1

As the hand of a clock ticks, it creates a circular motion around the center point. Talking about the tip of the hand, it will form a circle's circumference. Here's how to get it:

STEP 1: c = pi * diameter

STEP2: A minute hand of a clock is 10cm long <<-- That's the radius of the circle (half of its diameter). To get the diameter, multiply it by 2. Therefore, the diameter is 20cm

STEP 3: c = 3.1416 * 20cm

ANSWER: c = 62.83cm



I think the same formula above would work for questions 1 to 3.
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Re: OT: THINK SMART

Postby onlooker » Tue Mar 06, 2018 4:28 pm

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Dirty Vasooka wrote:Guys need help po..Anybody here who can help me the assignments of my nephew in elementary..I believe there's a lot of math kids in the forum..anybody knows the answer of the following problems? any formula po. or how you arrived in the answer? sorry po out of topic .sana may makatulong.

1. The minute hand of a clock is 10 cm long.How far does its tip travel in one hour?

2. A goat is tied to a post with a 5-m rope. If the post is an open space, how far can the goat walk around the post?

3. If the distance from the ferris wheel center to one of the seats is approximately 20 meters, what is the distance travelled by a seated person for each revolution?

4. The perimeter of a square paper is 48 cm. what is the circumference of the largest circle that can be cut out of the paper?

5.A circle is drawn around a square. If the circumference of the circle is 36r.,what is the length of the diagonal of the square in terms of r??

its awesome if you can help.. thank you po.


Let me try to answer # 1

As the hand of a clock ticks, it creates a circular motion around the center point. Talking about the tip of the hand, it will form a circle's circumference. Here's how to get it:

STEP 1: c = pi * diameter

STEP2: A minute hand of a clock is 10cm long <<-- That's the radius of the circle (half of its diameter). To get the diameter, multiply it by 2. Therefore, the diameter is 20cm

STEP 3: c = 3.1416 * 20cm

ANSWER: c = 62.83cm


For # 5, the requirement is to get the length of the diagonal line in the square inside of a circle. Here's the solution (assuming that the corners of the square touch the circle):

Diameter = Circumference / pi

d = 36r / 3.1416

d = 11.46r
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Postby mrgary » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:31 pm

Really, dude?! You made a thread about your nephew's Math assignment and turned this forum into a tutorial session for your kid? You are clearly not asking for help but a free ride at the expense of the forumers here. That's the kind of attitude that really bothers me because it actually stems from the mindset of entitlement in the guise of helplessness. Why wouldn't you ask a Math tutor to assist your kid? Why here???!!! And how come your nephew doesn't know the answers when assignments are supposed to be an extension of the topics discussed in school??? If he didn't know the formulae, then he could have asked his teacher about them during lunch break or just right after the final class period had concluded. This is a pageant forum, for Pete's sake!
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Postby Dirty Vasooka » Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:49 pm

There is nothing wrong in asking for help..thank you for helpful people around here..it'seems a small thing but counts for me..love you guys...sorry po if I'm out of place..but there'should no other way to ask but this group.

Thank you genius onlooker.
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Postby baguhan » Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:45 pm

Dirty Vasooka wrote:Guys need help po..Anybody here who can help me the assignments of my nephew in elementary..I believe there's a lot of math kids in the forum..anybody knows the answer of the following problems? any formula po. or how you arrived in the answer? sorry po out of topic .sana may makatulong.

1. The minute hand of a clock is 10 cm long.How far does its tip travel in one hour?

2. A goat is tied to a post with a 5-m rope. If the post is an open space, how far can the goat walk around the post?

3. If the distance from the ferris wheel center to one of the seats is approximately 20 meters, what is the distance travelled by a seated person for each revolution?

4. The perimeter of a square paper is 48 cm. what is the circumference of the largest circle that can be cut out of the paper?

5.A circle is drawn around a square. If the circumference of the circle is 36r.,what is the length of the diagonal of the square in terms of r??

its awesome if you can help.. thank you po.



#4. Given: Perimeter of Square = 48
To get the Side lets call it S
S = P /4 = 12

The Side of the square is equal to the diameter of the square. (Since the circle is inside the square)
D = S = 12

Formula of Circumference:
C = pi x D (Substitute S)
C = 12*pi == 12 X 3.1416 (don't forget the unit of measure)

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Postby esperasave » Wed Mar 07, 2018 12:08 am

Dirty Vasooka wrote:Guys need help po..Anybody here who can help me the assignments of my nephew in elementary..I believe there's a lot of math kids in the forum..anybody knows the answer of the following problems? any formula po. or how you arrived in the answer? sorry po out of topic .sana may makatulong.

1. The minute hand of a clock is 10 cm long.How far does its tip travel in one hour?

2. A goat is tied to a post with a 5-m rope. If the post is an open space, how far can the goat walk around the post?

3. If the distance from the ferris wheel center to one of the seats is approximately 20 meters, what is the distance travelled by a seated person for each revolution?

4. The perimeter of a square paper is 48 cm. what is the circumference of the largest circle that can be cut out of the paper?

5.A circle is drawn around a square. If the circumference of the circle is 36r.,what is the length of the diagonal of the square in terms of r??

its awesome if you can help.. thank you po.


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Re: OT: THINK SMART

Postby zanderblue » Wed Mar 07, 2018 2:27 am

1. 2πr(60)=2*3.14*10cm*60=3,768 cm
2. The goat can only walk around as far as 5m from the post because he is tied to it.
3. 2πr = 2*3.14*20m = 1256 m
4. 48cm/4= 12cm = measurement of one side of the square= diameter of the largest circle so radiuse is 6cm C=2πr = 2*3.14*6=37.68cm
5. The diagonal of the square is simply the diameter of the circle so D=C/π=36r/π=11.465r
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Postby iamkenmotion » Wed Mar 07, 2018 2:51 am

mrgary wrote:Really, dude?! You made a thread about your nephew's Math assignment and turned this forum into a tutorial session for your kid? You are clearly not asking for help but a free ride at the expense of the forumers here. That's the kind of attitude that really bothers me because it actually stems from the mindset of entitlement in the guise of helplessness. Why wouldn't you ask a Math tutor to assist your kid? Why here???!!! And how come your nephew doesn't know the answers when assignments are supposed to be an extension of the topics discussed in school??? If he didn't know the formulae, then he could have asked his teacher about them during lunch break or just right after the final class period had concluded. This is a pageant forum, for Pete's sake!


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Re: OT: THINK SMART

Postby mrgary » Wed Mar 07, 2018 3:02 am

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mrgary wrote:Really, dude?! You made a thread about your nephew's Math assignment and turned this forum into a tutorial session for your kid? You are clearly not asking for help but a free ride at the expense of the forumers here. That's the kind of attitude that really bothers me because it actually stems from the mindset of entitlement in the guise of helplessness. Why wouldn't you ask a Math tutor to assist your kid? Why here???!!! And how come your nephew doesn't know the answers when assignments are supposed to be an extension of the topics discussed in school??? If he didn't know the formulae, then he could have asked his teacher about them during lunch break or just right after the final class period had concluded. This is a pageant forum, for Pete's sake!


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Postby iamkenmotion » Wed Mar 07, 2018 3:58 am

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mrgary wrote:Really, dude?! You made a thread about your nephew's Math assignment and turned this forum into a tutorial session for your kid? You are clearly not asking for help but a free ride at the expense of the forumers here. That's the kind of attitude that really bothers me because it actually stems from the mindset of entitlement in the guise of helplessness. Why wouldn't you ask a Math tutor to assist your kid? Why here???!!! And how come your nephew doesn't know the answers when assignments are supposed to be an extension of the topics discussed in school??? If he didn't know the formulae, then he could have asked his teacher about them during lunch break or just right after the final class period had concluded. This is a pageant forum, for Pete's sake!


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Re: OT: THINK SMART

Postby mrgary » Wed Mar 07, 2018 2:30 pm

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mrgary wrote:Really, dude?! You made a thread about your nephew's Math assignment and turned this forum into a tutorial session for your kid? You are clearly not asking for help but a free ride at the expense of the forumers here. That's the kind of attitude that really bothers me because it actually stems from the mindset of entitlement in the guise of helplessness. Why wouldn't you ask a Math tutor to assist your kid? Why here???!!! And how come your nephew doesn't know the answers when assignments are supposed to be an extension of the topics discussed in school??? If he didn't know the formulae, then he could have asked his teacher about them during lunch break or just right after the final class period had concluded. This is a pageant forum, for Pete's sake!


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Really?! Then why don't you teach the TS's nephew? DUMBASS!


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And look who's talking?!

You still didn't get it, did you? My point of argument here is that if the TS really needed help so badly, then he could have used his own Facebook account, or better yet, from his nephew's Math teacher. This is not the time and place to ask help for his nephew's homework ever. We preached about Aya's "entitlement" vibe or impression at the local pageant and yet here we are trying to throw our weight around for our own personal gain. Do what you preach. Yes, there is nothing wrong in asking help from others but please have the delicadeza or the decency where to seek for it. If it's something to do with pageants or the pageant industry, itself, then this is the place to seek information but absolutely not for somebody else's Math homework.
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Postby Prince Antoine » Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:17 pm

Dirty Vasooka wrote:Guys need help po..Anybody here who can help me the assignments of my nephew in elementary..I believe there's a lot of math kids in the forum..anybody knows the answer of the following problems? any formula po. or how you arrived in the answer? sorry po out of topic .sana may makatulong.

1. The minute hand of a clock is 10 cm long.How far does its tip travel in one hour?

2. A goat is tied to a post with a 5-m rope. If the post is an open space, how far can the goat walk around the post?

3. If the distance from the ferris wheel center to one of the seats is approximately 20 meters, what is the distance travelled by a seated person for each revolution?

4. The perimeter of a square paper is 48 cm. what is the circumference of the largest circle that can be cut out of the paper?

5.A circle is drawn around a square. If the circumference of the circle is 36r.,what is the length of the diagonal of the square in terms of r??

its awesome if you can help.. thank you po.




1. unknown is length of arc
s = (angle/360) *2*pi*radius
s = (30/360) * 2 * 3.1416 * 10
s = 5.24 cm (the tip of the hour hand travelled 5.24 cm)

2. unknown is circumference
C = 2 x pi x radius
C = 2 x 3.1416 x 5
C = 31.42 m (The goat can walk 31.42m around the post)

3. unknown is circumference
C = 2 x pi x radius
C = 2 x 3.1416 x 20
C = 124.664 meters (The seated person travelled approximately 124.664 meters in one revolution)

4. unknown is circumference
* If the perimeter of the square is 48 cm, that means each side of the square is 12cm. Making the diameter of the circle equal to 12 cm.

C = pi x diameter (circumference formula can be (2 x pi x radius) / (pi x d)
C = 3.1416 x 12
C = 37.7 cm (The largest circle that can be cut out measures 37.7 cm.)

5. unknown is the diagonal of the square
Key notes: The diagonal of the square is the diameter of the circle.
So, if the circumference measures 36r, then using the circumference formula, C = pi x diameter:

36r = pi x diameter

36r/pi = diameter

Hence, the diagonal of the square is 36r/pi
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thank you guys..andami pala ninyu genius sa math..di lang sa pageant..galing2x po....thank you sa lahat na nag reply..
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