Q: What do call the Recessed area on the surface of a CD?

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If it is one you can feel with your finger or see with your eyed and it is not the circular ring near the center hole, it is a fault, a blemish, a production error.

First consider triangles ACD and BCD. They share a common base, CD, and their height is the distance between the parallel lines AB and CD. Consequently, area(ACD) = area(BCD) . . . . . . . . eqn 1 But ACD = AOD + OCD and BCD = BOC + OCD So area(ACD) = area(AOD) + area(OCD) and area(BCD) = area(BOC) + area(OCD) Substituting in eqn 1, area(AOD) + area(OCD) = area(BOC) + area(OCD) area(AOD) = area(BOC)

== == 1) Draw a line segment AB of 5 units 2) Draw the perpendicular bisector CD of AB such that Cd meerts AB at C. 3) Mark off CE = 2 units on CD 4) Draw the straight line segments AE & BE. ABE is your triangle. Its base (AB) = 5 and height (CE) = 2, so its area = [base x ht] / 2 = 5 sq units

pi x 12 (diammeter of the CD) = 37.6991118 (the circumference of the CD)

It is: CD = 500-100 = 400

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Burning of a CD means that you laser write data onto the silver surface of the CD.

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No it does not

This is due to static electricity. When you wipe a CD surface (plastic) with a cloth, it rubs extra off extra electrons onto the CD's surface, thus imparting a negative static charge to the CD.

a CD drive, or if your special a DVD drive

CD are made of two parts plastic and polycarbonate (the shiny part) the bottom side is just plastic and the top side is where all the data it. The CD drive uses a laser that reads the polycarbonate through the plastic. So you look at the top part of the CD and its missing some of the polycarbonate your definitely going to get skips.

If it is one you can feel with your finger or see with your eyed and it is not the circular ring near the center hole, it is a fault, a blemish, a production error.