Can you sugest me some models on circle for my exhibition
Asked by Raja | 2nd Oct, 2016, 11:20: AM
Model-1: Angle of incidence = Angle of reflection
Using the scale and mirror with laser light you can easily show the angle of incidence equals to angle of reflection.
Model-2: Area of circle by cutting it into sectors.
You can explain this by taking real life example of a 'pizza'. Cut the pizza into several part. Each part is a sector.
Area of circle = sum of the areas of all the sectors.
Model-3: How to measure height of a tower
You can use the angle of elevation formula to find the height of a tower.
Answered by Vijaykumar Wani | 3rd Oct, 2016, 09:48: AM
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