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A two-dimmensional, silo-shapped figure is formed by placing a semicircle of diameter 1 on top of a unit square, with the diameter coinciding with the top square. What is the radius of the smallest circle that contains this figure?
Draw a unit square (each side is 1 unit). Then draw a semicircle of diameter 1 on top of this, if you do this right the centerpoint of the circle will be at the midpoint of the top line of the square. Now draw a circle that goes thru the two lowest corners of the square the top of your silo, this is the smallest circle that contains it. Remember this doesn't have to be perfect to follow my explaination. Starting at the very top of the circle, draw a line straight down thru the top line of the square, but stop at the bottom line of the square. Label the top point of this line E, the mid point of this line F the bottom of the line G. If you've done everything right, the length of EF is 1/2 (the radius of the semicircle) and the length of FG is 1 (same length as the sides of the square). Pick a point on this line that looks like it's at the center of the circle (this should be between F G) draw a line out to one of the lower corners of the square. Label the end of this line at the center of the circle C the other end at the corner of the square H. Now we are done drawing. Since C is the center of the circle, we can see that CE is the radius of the circle. And CH is also the radius of the circle. So CE = CH. We can write an equation for each set them equal to each other. Lets say the distance from C to G is x, write an x next to it. Since FG = 1, FC is 1 - x, write that next to FG. So the length of EC = EF + FC = 1/2 + 1 - x = 3/2 - x. Now find the length of CH. Using the pythagorean theorum, we know square root of HG squared + CG squared = CH or CH = (HG^2 + CG^2)^1/2 = (1/2^2 + x^2)^1/2 = (1/4 + x^2)^1/2 EC = CG, so 3/2 - x = (1/4 + x^2)^1/2 Square both sides to get (3/2 - x)^2 = 1/4 + x^2 or 3/2^2 - 3/2x - 3/2x + x^2 = 1/4 + x^2 or 9/4 -3x + x^2 = 1/4 + x^2 or 9/4 - 1/4 = 3x or 2 = 3x, so x = 2/3 EC = 1/2 + 1 - x = 1/2 + 1 - 2/3 = 3/2 - 2/3 = 9/6 - 4/6 = 5/6. Your radius is 5/6 or 0.833333.
All I can remember is thinking that all of that grain would now be ruined.
In Witness a guy gets buried in it.
A large grain silo is to be constructed in the shape of a circular cylinder with a hemisphere attached to the top (see the figure). The diameter of the silo is to be 30 feet, but the height is yet to be determined. Find the height h of the silo that will result in a capacity of 11,700π ft3.
(πr^2)*h+(2/3πr^3)=11,700π solve for h
I somewhat remember him from watching video tapes from AWA when my dad and uncle recorded episodes. He was considered to be the tallest man in the world. At the time (early 90s), I thought it was true. But, as times went on, I didn't know who was the quot;tallestquot; man in the world. Back then, I thought he was an unstoppable wrestler, but in later years, I didn't think so. Wrestling was good in those days even though my experience with AWA was brief.
I heard of him. He wasn't a good wrestler, but at least he could move around in the ring the way he did. I respected him for his attempts in the wrestling ring.
Mainly the zombie map, i am going to play the multiplayer but mostly if i get it its going to be on Shangri La. So are the maps, especially the zombies, good?
It's ok the multiplayer maps r good hangar 18 and silo I the best
Car wax is to champagne cork, as corn silo is to........?
My response is HUH?
I found this in the woods and it's pretty old. It has a concrete bottom and the roof is cone shaped. Its metal and has a door. The roof broke in a few places and its pretty rusty. On the door its very faint but i could make out EVER - NORMAN GRANARYand there was something tiny underneath that i couldn't make out. Its about 7-9 feet tall. I looked it up but couldn't find other people who have one. I found some old farm that used them. Anyone know what this is or where it came from? Not sure if this has anything to do with it but 20 feet away is an old barbed wired fence that pretty much gone and behind that is a big cage also about 7-9 ft tall with two small doors but that i can get into. It has no top
sounds like a feeder or a mini silo