tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3802979373213475425.post2367334216507490540..comments2018-09-22T13:10:28.276+05:30Comments on Critical Thinking Puzzles: Band around the Earth PuzzleEldhose Babyhttps://plus.google.com/111638910038568381260noreply@blogger.comBlogger7125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3802979373213475425.post-53365898140570519232015-02-11T10:50:15.028+05:302015-02-11T10:50:15.028+05:30Since the circumference formula is 2(pi)(r), addin...Since the circumference formula is 2(pi)(r), adding 10 meters to the circumference would thus add<br /><br />10=2(pi)(r)<br />divide by 2<br />5=(pi)(r)<br />r=5/pi<br /><br />5/pi meters to the radius, which is about 1.6 meters to the radius.<br /><br />Everyone root for the first guy! I just did the proof (if you can call it that).Thomas Rileyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13321803038558501497noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3802979373213475425.post-24593066416242805142015-01-23T03:23:47.709+05:302015-01-23T03:23:47.709+05:30JyRKS, I think your decimal is in the wrong place....JyRKS, I think your decimal is in the wrong place. 10 meters is 1/100th of a kilometer, not 1/1000th. LOL. The kid was right in the first answer. 40,000,000 / 3.14159265359 = 12,732395.45 METERS and 40,000,010 / 3.14159265359 = 12,732398.63. The difference in diameter (3.18m) / 2 = 1.59meters above the surface of the earth.Ray Taffhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05800870620437423057noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3802979373213475425.post-35595189941136131622015-01-23T03:22:56.592+05:302015-01-23T03:22:56.592+05:30JyRKS, I think your decimal is in the wrong place....JyRKS, I think your decimal is in the wrong place. 10 meters is 1/100th of a kilometer, not 1/1000th. LOL. The kid was right in the first answer. 40,000,000 / 3.14159265359 = 12,732395.45 METERS and 40,000,010 / 3.14159265359 = 12,732398.63. The difference in diameter (3.18m) / 2 = 1.59meters above the surface of the earth.Ray Taffhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05800870620437423057noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3802979373213475425.post-55915548873690676802015-01-23T03:12:54.978+05:302015-01-23T03:12:54.978+05:30Should be fairly simple calculation. Isn't C ...Should be fairly simple calculation. Isn't C = pi x D ? 40,000,000 meters is a diameter of 12,732,395.447 meters and 40,000,010 meters diameter would be a diameter 12,732,398.630 meters. The difference (3.2m) divided by 2 would be 1.6m. The kid who answered first looks to be correct.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3802979373213475425.post-38719657139845493052015-01-16T17:47:22.701+05:302015-01-16T17:47:22.701+05:30This comment has been removed by the author.JyRKShttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17075621615076889389noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3802979373213475425.post-819986955094174902015-01-13T01:41:40.665+05:302015-01-13T01:41:40.665+05:30Not even a flea...
c = 2 pi r^2
r ^2 = c / (2 pi...Not even a flea...<br /><br />c = 2 pi r^2 <br />r ^2 = c / (2 pi) <br />r = SQRT( c/(2 pi)) <br />2521.4046 r in meters<br />2521.4049 r in meters (+10m)<br />dogtag114noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3802979373213475425.post-42198986270272263632015-01-12T17:48:41.998+05:302015-01-12T17:48:41.998+05:30yes..definitely..
anything lesser than 1.6 meters....yes..definitely..<br />anything lesser than 1.6 meters..Shivraj Gawdehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15314544539171320390noreply@blogger.com