Thales

Calculate the length of the Thales' circle described to right triangle with hypotenuse 44.2 cm.

Correct result:

x =  138.9 cm

Solution:

c=44.2 cm D=c=44.2=2215=44.2 cm  x=π D=3.1416 44.2=138.9 cm



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