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Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by babseg(m): 1:15am On Nov 04, 2015
What's the answer

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by itstpia8: 1:16am On Nov 04, 2015
no crashes, thanks.

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by babseg(m): 1:16am On Nov 04, 2015
I will understand if you don't like 50 cent songs grin

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by holocron: 1:39am On Nov 04, 2015
This is JSS geometry.

D) 60deg. Angles in a circle = 360. Since there are 12 chords, angle at the inside of each chord triangle is 30, the sides of the chords 75 each (angle inside triangle = 180). Including the ones on the other coin = 75×4 = 300. So x is 60. (Angle round a circle is 360deg)

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by yame014: 2:24am On Nov 04, 2015
BRb...

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by Horlufemi(m): 3:45am On Nov 04, 2015
60 degrees

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by divinehand2003(m): 4:16am On Nov 04, 2015
60"

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by mumumugu(m): 4:42am On Nov 04, 2015
Very simple 50 center = 50 degrees
Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by nawtibownie(f): 5:46am On Nov 04, 2015
That area forms an equilateral triangle (three equal sides.) Each angle of a triangle is 60°.
X= 60°

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by Bibidear(f): 6:13am On Nov 04, 2015
Rubbish,i am sure the richest men in the world cant solve it

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by ril19(m): 6:35am On Nov 04, 2015
Haven't I Suffered Enough In The Hands Of Maths Back In School? Why Serve Me More?

*****In Patience Jonathan's Voice*****

I Hate Maths

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by Koolmexxi(m): 7:06am On Nov 04, 2015
Australian students ko, Ajangbadi students ni... No b new general mathematics b dat

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by EverestdeBliu(m): 7:27am On Nov 04, 2015
Total angles in a circle = 360
Number of sides = 12
X = 360 ÷ 12
X = 30
Therefore,angle x is equals 30 degrees.

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by EverestdeBliu(m): 7:31am On Nov 04, 2015
nawtibownie:
That area forms an equilateral triangle (three equal sides.) Each angle of a triangle is 60°.
X= 60°
where did u see the 'equilateral triangle'?

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by fippycbk(m): 7:33am On Nov 04, 2015
By Australian students, I think you mean the Junior Secondary School equivalents?
Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by Vince77(m): 7:35am On Nov 04, 2015
lasisi69:
End time
End time maths abi?

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by fippycbk(m): 7:36am On Nov 04, 2015
holocron:
This is JSS geometry.

D) 60deg. Angles in a circle = 360. Since there are 12 chords, angle at the inside of each chord triangle is 30, the sides of the chords 75 each (angle inside triangle = 180). Including the ones on the other coin = 75×4 = 300. So x is 60. (Angle round a circle is 360deg)

Good man. Although I can use another approach to arrive at same answer grin

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by fippycbk(m): 7:38am On Nov 04, 2015
EverestdeBliu:
Total angles in a circle = 360
Number of sides = 12
X = 360 ÷ 12
X = 30
Therefore,angle x is equals 30 degrees.

Boss, I think we are looking for the angle between the coins. Don't you think?

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by joviegghead(m): 8:12am On Nov 04, 2015
Ok! But guyz pls help me understand, is the coin a circle or polygon with 12 sides??

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by silvermania(m): 8:16am On Nov 04, 2015
Bibidear:
Rubbish,i am sure the richest men in the world cant solve it
lol i think you right,
Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by Nobody: 8:35am On Nov 04, 2015
60 degrees.
Each angle of a polygon = 180(n - 2)/n
For 12-sided polygon, each angle
= 180 (12 - 2)/12 = 150 deg
X = 360 - (150 + 150) = 60

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by Nobody: 8:37am On Nov 04, 2015
joviegghead:
Ok! But guyz pls help me understand, is the coin a circle or polygon with 12 sides??

Obviously a polygon. A circle doesn't have sides

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by akpur1(m): 8:45am On Nov 04, 2015
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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by Obrizzy(m): 8:46am On Nov 04, 2015
I believe it's 30'

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by Nobody: 8:58am On Nov 04, 2015
30 degrees naw, whats baffling here

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by sheddo619(m): 9:17am On Nov 04, 2015
holocron:
This is JSS geometry.

D) 60deg. Angles in a circle = 360. Since there are 12 chords, angle at the inside of each chord triangle is 30, the sides of the chords 75 each (angle inside triangle = 180). Including the ones on the other coin = 75×4 = 300. So x is 60. (Angle round a circle is 360deg)
Well done sir

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by Abee79: 9:57am On Nov 04, 2015
holocron:
This is JSS geometry.

D) 60deg. Angles in a circle = 360. Since there are 12 chords, angle at the inside of each chord triangle is 30, the sides of the chords 75 each (angle inside triangle = 180). Including the ones on the other coin = 75×4 = 300. So x is 60. (Angle round a circle is 360deg)
Great!!!

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by babseg(m): 10:11am On Nov 04, 2015
[quote author=EverestdeBliu post=39662877] where did u see the 'equilateral triangle'?

Lol
Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by babseg(m): 10:13am On Nov 04, 2015
Obrizzy:
I believe it's 30'

Yeah 30 cent lol

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Re: Can You Solve This Math That Baffled Australian Students? by babseg(m): 10:16am On Nov 04, 2015
nawtibownie:
That area forms an equilateral triangle (three equal sides.) Each angle of a triangle is 60°.
X= 60°

Show yr workings and let us know if you need more sheet lol

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