Post a New Question

math

posted by .

The javelin event is held on the field inside the track. This field is a rectangle measuring 100 meters by 64 meters, with a semicircle at each end.

Early modern Olympic javelins were designed so well that javelin throwers could throw them beyond the field and onto the track. This was obviously dangerous for runners! Possible solutions to this problem included redesigning the javelin so it wouldn't "float" so much and removing the 2 innermost track lanes.
If the area of the grass, before removing the innermost track lanes, is approximately 9615 square meters, how many square kilometers of grass are there?

  • math -

    i love you

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

More Related Questions

Post a New Question