Q: What is the formula of arc to time?

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No, in order to fine the arc length you need a formula which is: Circumference x arc measure/360 degrees

the formula for the arc of a triangle is the arc length is equal to the angle times the radius. s=arc length theta=angle made y length of the arc lenth r=radius s=theta times radius

R(2πC/360) C is the central angle of the arc in degrees R is the radius of the arc π is Pi, approximately 3.142

where:C is the central angle of the arc in degreesR is the radius of the arcÏ€ is Pi, approximately 3.142

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No, in order to fine the arc length you need a formula which is: Circumference x arc measure/360 degrees

the formula for the arc of a triangle is the arc length is equal to the angle times the radius. s=arc length theta=angle made y length of the arc lenth r=radius s=theta times radius

R(2πC/360) C is the central angle of the arc in degrees R is the radius of the arc π is Pi, approximately 3.142

where:C is the central angle of the arc in degreesR is the radius of the arcÏ€ is Pi, approximately 3.142

The length of an arc of a circle of radius r, which subtends an angle of x radians at the centre is r*x.

Arc length = [2*Pi*(Radius of Pizza)]/(number of slices in a pizza)

time to arc multiply by 15 the degree to find the number of hours divide by 4 to get the munite divide by 15 to get tne seconds

the general formula is arc length is equal the radius times the angle. s=r< s=arc length r=radius <=angle

it is more accurately called the "arc" the arc in circles are measure by the radius and the angle of projection. the formula is... s=r(angle) s is the arc length r is the radius length angle is the angle that the entire arc length makes

you must know the radius also. Then use the formula arc = 2 x 3.14 x radius x angle / 360

you need to know the formula the arc length is equal to the radius times the angle made by the length of arc s = r(theta) s=arc length r=radius theta=angle