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 A wire spiral 2012-01-07 From Pinar:I am trying to help my daughter with very challenging maths questions which sometimes I get stuck If someone help me with one of them I would appreciate it. Jane is making a spiral out of wire. She bends the wire after 1 cm, then bends the wire after 2cm, then 3cm and continues in this manner. After 4 bends she used 15 cm of wire For each bend how many cm wire was used? After 6 bends how many cm wire will she have used? How many bends will she have made if she uses 66 cm of wire? I would appreciate if somebody would help me with this. Thank you! PinarAnswered by Penny Nom. A paper towel roll 2009-08-19 From Jeff:I am making a spiral tube with paper that is 2" in dia. and 102" long I will be using paper that is slit 3" wide how many lineal feet of paper will I need to to cover the 102" I will be using 3 rolls of paper that will over lap the other by half to make a hard tube (paper core) in a roll of paper towels Thanks JeffAnswered by Penny Nom. A rope around a post 2002-07-15 From Nic:My daughter who is in the 10th grade asked me this ?, you have a pole 45 inches high, 22inches around. You have a rope 1/2 thick, how many feet of rope would you use to go from top bottom of pole to top.Answered by Penny Nom. A roll of paper 2000-01-15 From Richard:I have a roll of paper, wrapped around a corrugate core, whos diameter is 10.750 in. The outer diameter of the roll is approx. 60 in. The thickness of the paper is .014 in. I am trying to find out how much linear feet of paper is left on the roll, given only the diameter of paper remaining on the core.Answered by Chris Fisher and Harley Weston.

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