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Question: a circular racetrack has a diamiter of 1.2 miles. how far does a car go if it went around one lap

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To calculate the distance traveled by the car around one lap of the circular racetrack, you have to find the circumference of the circle. You can do that by using the formula: Circumference (C) = Diameter (D) × π Given the diameter (D) of the racetrack is 1.2 miles, you can calculate the circumference (C) as follows: C = 1.2 miles x π C ≈ 1.2 x 3.1416 (rounded value of π) C ≈ 3.77 miles So, the car would travel approximately 3.77 miles for one lap around the circular racetrack.

June 12, 2023, 6:39 a.m.

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