Math

1. estimate the circumference of the circle with the given radius or diameter use 3.14 round to the nearest unit

24

27-in
78-in
1,809-in
151-in


2. estimate the radius of a circle circumference of 272.2-in. use 3.14 to round to the nearest tenth.

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  1. If you post your answers, we'll be glad to check them.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. 1. D
    2. A
    3. D
    4. B
    5. B
    6. A
    7. D
    8.D

    All of these are correct, if your grades are 100% I recommend you choose one wrong answer. This is for checking your answers, please do not cheat.

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  3. i hope your right my grade is a C

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  4. I checked my work and your right

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  5. thx :D

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  6. John Drenner is correct 8/8

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  7. Thank you so much John Drenner

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  8. John was wrong for me... The answers are:

    (1) D

    (2) A

    (3) D

    (4) B

    (5) B

    (6) A

    (7) C

    (8) B

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  9. liar you just want for people to think your the best and smartest kid here well you not

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  10. most the time I some how get a range between 60 and 40 sadly, but these answers could help me.

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  11. which ones are right

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  12. Shoto Todoroki is wrong

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  13. Hey everyone, John Drenner is correct. Used his answers to check mine. i would have only got one wrong if I hadn't came here! Thanks John.

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