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6 bolt holes around a circle 2014-10-26
From Bobby:
What Is The Cord Dimension For 6 Holes On A 24" Bolt Circule
Answered by Penny Nom.
How many cords of wood is this? 2013-11-17
From melody:
5.5 ft wide and 24ft long and 10ft wide how many cords of wood is this?
Answered by Penny Nom.
The number of cords on a pile of wood 2013-09-18
From Gary:
a cord of wood is 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet, how much wood is a row that is 16 in by 5 foot by 32 feet?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two parallel chords of a circle 2013-07-30
From Don:
two parallel chords of a circle AB and CD on the same side from the center measure 6cm and 11 cm respectively. The distance between the 2 chords is 3 cm. Find the radius
Answered by Penny Nom.
A 3 foot circle using 1/2" cord 2011-08-04
From Cindy:
To make a 3 foot circle using 1/2" cord - how many lineal feet of cord do I need?
Answered by Robert Dawson.
A cord length and angle measurement 2009-03-26
From larry:
i have a radius of 185". and an arc length of 186.5". how do i find the arc degrees or cord length?
Answered by Harley Weston.
How many yards are in a cord? 2009-02-04
From joanna:
How many yards are in a cord?
Answered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom.
Bundles of wood 2007-11-19
From Darcy:
When you purchase a "bundle" of wood at the store, it is marked .75 cubic feet. What is the formula for figuring out that measurement for cubic feet and what fraction of a true cord of wood (128 cubic feet) is it. I would appreciate the formula so I can build a spreadsheet to help my secretaries and myself be in compliance to the law when selling firewood. Thanks.
Answered by Harley Weston.
The height of an arc at the center 2007-07-17
From Bob:
I have a circle with a 26" radius and a cord whose length is 20". How can I find the height of the arc at the center point of the cord?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A cord of wood 2007-06-11
From Wendi:
A cord of wood is equal to a stack of wood that is 8 feet long, 4 feet wide, and 4 feet high. How many cords of wood are in 1 cubic foot?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
An arc, a cord and the radius of a circle 2007-01-14
From Kevin:
I have the length of the cord and the distance from the cord to the arc, is it possible to find the radius with just these parameters?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Cubic metres to cords 2005-12-22
From Duncan:
I have a quote of $2.95 per cubic metre of roundwood but I need the conversion equation to convert the above to a $ per cord.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Parabolic Mirrors 1997-01-28
From Megan Wennberg:
Consider a ray of light that passes through a chord of a parabola (the chord is above the focus and parallel to the directrix), hits the parabola at a point (x,y) and is reflected through the focus. If d1 is the distance from the chord to the point of incidence (x,y) and d2 is the distance from (x,y) to the focus, can you prove that the sum of the distances d1+d2 is constant, independent of the particular point of incidence.
Answered by Penny Nom.
La longueur de la corde 2008-12-24
From Lucile:
Voici l'énoncé :

On appelle (C) un cercle de centre O et de rayon 6cm. A et B sont deux points du cercle (C) tels que AOB = 50°

Calculer la longueur de la corde [AB] (arrondi au millimètre). On justifiera soigneusement toutes les étapes.

Cela fait déja 1 semaine que je trouve pas la réponse a cet énoncé .

Pouvez vous m'aider ? Merci d'avance .

Answered by Pierre-Louis Gagnon.
La longueur d'une corde 2003-01-22
From Un eleve:
Existe-t-il une formule permettant de calculer la longueur d'une corde quelquonque d'un cercle connaissant uniquement le rayon de celui-ci? Si oui quelle est-elle?
Answered by Claude Tardif.
 
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