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suppose you have a pipe with circumference of 8 cm and length equal 3 cm and that 10 turn of a wire are wrapped about the pipe. what is the length of the wire

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  1. Multiply: 8 * 10 = ?

  2. Well, it went that 3 cm in length as well. We need the hypotenuse of a triangle that is 8 * 10 one way and 3 cm the other way

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