# Quantitative Literacy | MAT106 VG

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Pick four cities and divide them into pairs. Use the Internet to find the length of the circle between the first pair of cities. You might try using the site Great Circle Mapper or a similar Web site to help you. Estimate the great circle path between other pair of cities. Explain how to find the great circle route between two points on the earth. Explain your method for finding the length between the first pair of cities. Explain how you estimated the length between the second pair of cities.

• Quantitative Literacy | MAT106 VG -

• Quantitative Literacy | MAT106 VG -

Pick four cities and divide them into pairs. Use the Internet to find the length of the circle between the first pair of cities. You might try using the site Great Circle Mapper or a similar Web site to help you. Estimate the great circle path between other pair of cities. Explain how to find the great circle route between two points on the earth. Explain your method for finding the length between the first pair of cities. Explain how you estimated the length between the second pair of cities.

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I'll get you started.

Four cities:
London
New York
San Francisco
Tokyo

http://www.gcmap.com/

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is the question linear or exonential if 622 people per year and the population is 1400 today what is linear
or exonential

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