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    If circumference of a circle is 52cm what is the diameter?

    Need to make a easter had for the tadpole for school, just can't work out the maths stuff (been a looong time).
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    cir = pie x D

    so cir/pie = D

    pie = 3.14

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    16.55cm
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    I just want the answer, not equations. I could have asked the wife if I didn't want a straight answer. [img]smile.gif[/img]
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    I knew it had something to do with pie but couldn't remember the formula/sum whatever you call it!

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    haha, i cad no calc with me. oh well

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    Originally posted by The Frog:
    I just want the answer, not equations. I could have asked the wife if I didn't want a straight answer. [img]smile.gif[/img]
    I gave it to you [img]tongue.gif[/img]
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    Thats what I got but it just seemed a bit small for the tadpoles head.

    Thanks
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    mmmmmm Pie

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    p.s it's spelt 'pi', but great maths work guys!

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    oooo yeh...rhubarb and apple with a crispy raw sugar crust and a large glob of Sarah Lee Vanilla.


    mm mmmmmmmmm

    (by the way, I finally cracked the 60 kilo floor today [img]graemlins/woohoo.gif[/img] )

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    Answer: medium pizza

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    Originally posted by Legolas:
    oooo yeh...rhubarb and apple with a crispy raw sugar crust and a large glob of Sarah Lee Vanilla.


    mm mmmmmmmmm

    (by the way, I finally cracked the 60 kilo floor today [img]graemlins/woohoo.gif[/img] )
    How do you know the floor weighs that much?

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    I'm standing on it :(

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    And how did you crack it? Must be a soft floor to crack so easily!

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    hi x

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    Gidday buddy!

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    Congratulations on putting a crack in the floor what weighs 60 kilos!

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    So, how is the hat coming along ???
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    Only done the artwork, will to a test over the weekend. Last year I only had to do bunny ears but the missus wants a top hat this year.
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