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A label to cover a plastic cup 
20121023 

From Kevin: I'm trying to make a label to cover the entire outer area or a plastic cup. I know there must be a way to figure out the dimensions needed, but I can't seem to figure it out. The circumference of the bottom of the cup is 21.4cm and the circumference at the top of the cup is 29.8cm. The cup is 14.5cm tall. What should the height of the arc from the plane connecting the two ends of the 21.4cm arc. I attached a diagram where x is the value I'm looking for. I'm guessing there is some simple relationship between the length of a line and the arc needed to turn that line into a perfect circle, but I don't know what it is. Can you figure this out and share it with me? Thanks.
Kevin Answered by Penny Nom. 





How many labels are left on a roll? 
20100813 

From Melissa: Is there a simple way to calculate how many labels are left on a roll? I thought there was a way to look at the individual label length, the label thickness and the core diameter and then measure the overall diameter to calculate how many pieces were left, but I'm struggling. I've seen a tool before I thought we called it a circle calculator, but those parameters were all that I needed to input to spit out the correct count. I never saw what was behind the scenes for this calculation. Ie factoring in revolutions or the number of pieces on each layer, etc. Please let me know if you have any suggestions. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated!!! Thanks! Answered by Penny Nom and Tyler Wood. 


