Finding the Width of the SU quad

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Kristin Livingstone Jamie O’Sullivan Sarah Luposello MAT118 4 April, 2011 Finding the Width of the SU Quad Plan: Because the quad is essentially a rectangle split into multiple triangles, we will be standing on the HBC side. Using the protractor we will figure out if the sidewalk that splits the quad in half meets the corner of the quad on the right side at either a 30, 45, or 60 degree angle. From there we can begin to measure the length of the middle sidewalk to the corner using the string and the yardstick. After determining the angle at which the corner hits, we can then apply geometric formulas to discover the length of the sides
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Carrying out the Plan: In order to get the measurement of the part of the quad we measured we needed to get a yardstick, ball of string, and a protractor. All of these tools were crucial in getting a legitimate measurement of the quad. When we were actually on the quad we measured the side that was on the HBC side of the quad. We found that measurement of the side to be 3296.2 inches long. Next
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course WRT 307 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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