Time and space is Imperial.
Metric is for gay gays who can only count to ten. There are no Metric clocks or rotation measurements because Metric is moronic.
Imperial is the best because the numbers it uses are the ones with the highest divisibility to get whole number fractions, like 12, 60 and 360.

it's because 36 is nicely divisible by 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, and 18, and then 360 is additionally also divisible by 5 and 10. it's intuitive to divide it into smaller chunks
god you mathlets are moronic why the frick does it have to be explained to you that 47374749 would work worse than 360

Holdover from the Babylonians who used a base 12 numerical system, which is objectively better than base 10 because it divides up a lot more easily into whole numbers. Divide 10 by 3 and its an messy eternal 3.33333333... in base 10. in Base 12 a third is 4. Nice and neat. A quarter is 3. Half is 6.
When you're dealing in situations where fractions of an arc are used, having 360 as your unit means you get nice even pie slices even at smaller divisions.
It works so well that even after humanity has almost universally adopted base 10 it sticks around in things like geometry, astronomy, and time keeping. You can be incredibly precise with 12(x2) hours, sixty minutes, and sixty seconds.

it's because 36 is nicely divisible by 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, and 18, and then 360 is additionally also divisible by 5 and 10. it's intuitive to divide it into smaller chunks
god you mathlets are moronic why the frick does it have to be explained to you that 47374749 would work worse than 360

I am able to do simple multiplication and divisions of fractions, the most complex thing I can do
I never understood polynomials or factoring polynomials was even after much training
All other subjects I am fine at, I loved history and consistently got 95-100 in other subjects on report cards. I just don't understand math at this level. It feels like my brain just wont accept learning it.

Nothing. The problem IS solvable, but you need to define a lot of shit in trigonometric terms. Since the triangle is obtuse it's solved with the law of cosines. The legnths between the angles you must define as "cosine of theta * tangent of 90-theta" and so on. Very verbose, at least the way I would solve it.

>underaged b&anon posts his gradeschool homework

Alpha = 90 deg - Omega but the 90 deg at the circle's edge is moronic

It's not moronic, radius is always at 90°.

alpha is 30 degrees, you dont even need to do the math. just look at the picture and eyeball it

30

>OP has artificial estrogen in his body

>circle is 360 degrees

>why

UHMMMM IT JUST IS OKAY?!??

makes zero sense

just make it 92375 degrees if we're gonna be tarded

Why not? It's a nice round number.

I like round things that are nice

appropriate

Time and space is Imperial.

Metric is for gay gays who can only count to ten. There are no Metric clocks or rotation measurements because Metric is moronic.

Imperial is the best because the numbers it uses are the ones with the highest divisibility to get whole number fractions, like 12, 60 and 360.

>t. has never heard of a gradian

>just let me convert these inches into yards into armpits, bro

Keep telling yourself whatever idiotic cope you can come up with.

it's because 36 is nicely divisible by 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, and 18, and then 360 is additionally also divisible by 5 and 10. it's intuitive to divide it into smaller chunks

god you mathlets are moronic why the frick does it have to be explained to you that 47374749 would work worse than 360

for anyone actually doing math, it's 2π

Holdover from the Babylonians who used a base 12 numerical system, which is objectively better than base 10 because it divides up a lot more easily into whole numbers. Divide 10 by 3 and its an messy eternal 3.33333333... in base 10. in Base 12 a third is 4. Nice and neat. A quarter is 3. Half is 6.

When you're dealing in situations where fractions of an arc are used, having 360 as your unit means you get nice even pie slices even at smaller divisions.

It works so well that even after humanity has almost universally adopted base 10 it sticks around in things like geometry, astronomy, and time keeping. You can be incredibly precise with 12(x2) hours, sixty minutes, and sixty seconds.

I solved this this riddle with the power of Pythagoras. The answer is 27. Also checked.

both α and θ are 90

>27

27 what? 27 pears?

27 dicks in your moms ass lol. Damn im funny and smart.

That's just difficulty + being mad or entitled, anon. Is it possible your mistake was thinking you're good at the game?

Ignore the circle, replace it with it's tangent you fricking moron

that doesn't make it solvable

the real cope is still counting numbers in base 10

When do you need trig anyway? Computer graphics and maybe architecture?

Radius is not fixed => circle center is not fixed => no fixed solution.

You're fricking regarded.

Low IQ posts

Fricking moron

You could just fix the radius if you weren't a single digit IQ monkey

Fixing the radius doesn't solve the problem you dumb ape and the problem doesn't fix the radius

Yes it does. Why the frick would you move the center of the circle?

>Yes it does

No, it doesn't.

Shit bait

have a nice day

The problem is underspecified because you can move the circle morons

>just move the circle bro

so more like

>game purposely misleads you to obfuscate the problem

i've been staring at this for like 15 minutes and have become convinced that there's not enough information to solve it

>minor spelling mistake

I win

so, how the frick are you supposed to solve this?

What did you use to make this?

fork of autocad

you can't

it's a bait thread

>tfw too moronic for math

I am able to do simple multiplication and divisions of fractions, the most complex thing I can do

I never understood polynomials or factoring polynomials was even after much training

All other subjects I am fine at, I loved history and consistently got 95-100 in other subjects on report cards. I just don't understand math at this level. It feels like my brain just wont accept learning it.

you just have to stare at it until it clicks

There, I solved it. Eggheads are something else, always making things more complicated than they need to be.

Anon, that thing can't measure an angle it's so of axis. What a shitty tool.

that's just cause the moron who photographed it put the ruler backwards

you're supposed to measure the angle with the other end

What do you need to make the problem solvable?

Inscribed triangle instead of whatever that is. Because right now the circle is pointless.

Nothing. The problem IS solvable, but you need to define a lot of shit in trigonometric terms. Since the triangle is obtuse it's solved with the law of cosines. The legnths between the angles you must define as "cosine of theta * tangent of 90-theta" and so on. Very verbose, at least the way I would solve it.

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