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What is Saturn2Coin?
Saturn2Coin is a relaunch of Saturn Coin. It is a scrypt PoW coin with a total supply of 15 billion units and a difficulty retargetting every 30 minutes.
Genesis Date: 2016-07-01
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Problem: Circle A has 1/3 the radius of circle B, and circle A rolls one trip around circle B. How many times will circle A revolve in total? 1982 SAT Question In the ....
- xD no one should have selected correct answer bcz option is not available. And u are telling it practically but prove it mathematically.
- Number of rotations= circumference of circle B /circumference of circle A then answer is 9 so i know its wrong but why..?
- Well.... You do it wrong technically..... As you start it u kept "circle A" Letters horizontal and that time the point exactly neath the letter was touching other circle.... And you count one rotation when again we can read "circle A" Horizontally.... But that time the point neath that letter wasn't touching the bigger circle...... And that is according to me is important....... Cause that makes sense total perimeter of the circle A didnt touch B..... As if when we make straight line of big perimeter length you would count one rotation when when point neath "circle A" Will touch the line again.... That time it will make letter "circle A" Horizontal again..... I could be totally wrong to consider the options not including 4 is right thing that the examiners did..... Answer is three..... Cz it wasn't about rotation of small circle itself but it was about rotation of it with regards to bigger circle...... And this exact phenomenon leads in making that "29th Feb" Which makes count of those leaps u made here....
- Bro ur wrong because if u mark a point in bottom of the circle A and roll the circle A, u should notice that one revolution means the point must be return it's position attached with the circle Back. So by practically it's answer is 3. So 1/n times radius means the no. Of rev. is n