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secondary 4 chevron_right E Maths chevron_right Singapore

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Date Posted: 5 days ago
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The prelude to both parts of the question
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Parts a and b, with working in degree format for the angle
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Parts a and b, with working in radian format for the angle
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Elly
4 days ago
uh for part a the ans is 13.3cm
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
4 days ago
Ok, let me confirm again, likely a miscalculation of an angle on my wnd
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
4 days ago
I have gone through my angle workings and found no error with my angle calculations.

I used Desmos online to do my calculations rather than a physical calculator.

The subsequent arc length calculations also did not seem to show an error.

(Arc length formula for radian format is r0, so the perimeter of the shaded region is just that arc length plus the 3 cm and 5 cm lengths)

Check the answer key again, but I still believe it's 13.9 cm.

(My workings could still be incorrect, but there are cases of answer keys being incorrect as well)
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
4 days ago
I used a different online "cosine rule calculator" and confirmed that the angle in question is 0.981765 rad radians, so 6 x 0.981765 + 3 + 5 is approximately 13.9 cm.

13.3 cm given by the answer key seems wrong.
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Elly
4 days ago
ohk thx