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Topic: hard question
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ddginat

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Registered: 6/23/05
hard question
Posted: Jun 21, 2005 2:50 AM
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I hope that some one might have an idea on this one.

I have a circle with unknown dia.
I have been provided 28 different cord lengths for the circle.
Each coard length is different.
All of the cords put together close or compleate the circle.

Question, is there a way to calculate or figer out the dia of the
circle.

thanks for everyones time and help on this.


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