Hello this question has already been answered but it is wrong, can anyone please help

Vinculum Apr 18, 2022

#2**+1 **

please give us the link to the original post.

It should be answered on the original.

You do not nedd to repeat the question, Just give the link and ask for more help.

Melody Apr 18, 2022

#3**+2 **

Here's my best attempt

Since A joins C (without overlap) the circumference of the cylinder = 6

So the radius can be figured as

6 = 2pi * r

r = 3 / pi

And since we know the volume of the cylinder we can figure the height as

(27/2) = pi (3/ pi)^2 * h

(27/2) = 9 / pi * h

h = ( 27pi) / (2 * 9) = 27pi /18 = 3 pi /2

So.....this also = the rhombus height

And the sin BAD = rhombus height / rhombus side = (3 pi/2) / 6 = pi / 4

Corrected !!!!

CPhill Apr 18, 2022

#4**+1 **

Original post: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/consider-rhombus-abcd-with-side-length-6

My work:

I got that the circumference would be 6, so the area of the base would be 9. Then, I got that the height is 3/2 because 9*3/2 = 27/2. But, when I typed in 1/4 for the answer which is (3/2)/6 it was wrong.

Vinculum Apr 18, 2022