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    Default Math problem help

    1. whats 53.3 million in standard notation



    2. http://gyazo.com/c25d31f11f255c6b6a83ea23ccecf233

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    This is where my IQ of 187 comes in,

    so there are two ways of saying this in standard notation but I'll show you the one they are asking for.

    1: 53,000,000,000,000 + 3,000,000

    2: The second problem shouldn't even be hard if your over the age of 12, You need to find the circumference, so do this

    2 X 3.14 x 67.5 =

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    What grade are you in?

    1. 53,000,000. It's just writing the number.

    2. Circumference problem. pie*diameter, or 2*pie*radius. In terms of pie it'd be 135 pie, in decimal you'd just evaluate 135 * pie.

    Then do an integral between the graph of the ferris wheel (y^2 = x^2 = 135/2) and the x axis (y=0), integral between 0 and 135/2, sum of 2 sqrt( (135/2)^2 + x^2) dx, integrate, plug in from 0 to 135/2, there's your area. For extra fun, rotate around either the x or y axis 360 degrees, multiply by pie, you know, all the volume integral stuff.

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    This is where my IQ of 187 comes in,
    Good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liam Baby View Post
    This is where my IQ of 187 comes in,

    so there are two ways of saying this in standard notation but I'll show you the one they are asking for.

    1: 53,000,000,000,000 + 3,000,000

    2: The second problem shouldn't even be hard if your over the age of 12, You need to find the circumference, so do this

    2 X 3.14 x 67.5 =
    Dude what are you smoking, because i want some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Wendys View Post
    What grade are you in?

    1. 53,000,000. It's just writing the number.

    2. Circumference problem. pie*diameter, or 2*pie*radius. In terms of pie it'd be 135 pie, in decimal you'd just evaluate 135 * pie.

    Then do an integral between the graph of the ferris wheel (y^2 = x^2 = 135/2) and the x axis (y=0), integral between 0 and 135/2, sum of 2 sqrt( (135/2)^2 + x^2) dx, integrate, plug in from 0 to 135/2, there's your area. For extra fun, rotate around either the x or y axis 360 degrees, multiply by pie, you know, all the volume integral stuff.



    Good one.
    I'm gifted. I have an IQ 20+ points higher than Einstein. I have 6 1st place awards for Deca, and my gpa is 4.6

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    You're retarded.

    That is a terrible GPA for anyone looking at top schools. Talk to G-rey; he graduated HS with a 5.7, and he's dumb.

    I noticed you also didn't comment on my clearly satiric calculus.

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    guys help me how to sole ration like 1.6 to 10 i forgot this stuff

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