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Selected answers to common questions:
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Find the center of a circle.
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Volume of a tank.
Why is a circle 360 degrees?
 Why Pi? [07/19/2002]

Instead of using pi, why don't we measure the radius and circumference
of a given circle, and use that ratio to find the area? Wouldn't that
be more accurate?
 Woodworking Curve [02/06/2002]

I am making a cabinet and I want to put a curve on the front of the
shelves. The "chord" of the circle would be 15" and a perpendicular line
from the center point of the chord to the circumference of the circle is
1".
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