If you cut two 8-ft. circles of grass versus one 12-ft. circle of grass, which area is larger?
If you change speeds from driving 40 to 65 mph, or from 65 to 90 mph, both represent a 25-mph difference. Which increase results in a more significant increase in speed?
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Answers: It’s simple math. A) Do you remember the formula, Area = π[radius]2 ? Therefore, the 12-ft. circle has more grass. B) Going from 40 to 65 represents a 162.5% increase compared to traveling 65 to 90 mph, which only nets a 138.4% increase.
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