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# Question 2. Using a diagram illustrate these problems and state how they must solve the problems to succeed.Question 3. If the Human Circus traveled to New Zealand from Canada with 180 people - create...

Question 2. Using a diagram illustrate these problems and state how they must solve the problems to succeed.Question 3. If the Human Circus traveled to New Zealand from Canada with 180 people - create a table that shows the cost of them getting here (without their equipment) with 3 different options.Question 4. State how you calculate perimeter, area, and volume of a tent. Be sure that you understand that there may be a number of different shapes involved.Question 5. Create a set of 3 circles - one of 3cm diameter - one of 9cm diameter, one of 27cm diameter. Calculate and state the area of each circle.Question 6. (Algebra)a) What is the number TT?b) What is it used for?c) Who "discovered" it?d) In a paragraph state how TT is releventto the circus.

Answered Same Day Dec 25, 2021

## Solution

Robert answered on Dec 25 2021
Solution-1:
In circus, trapeze is a short horizontal bar hung with the help of ropes or metal straps from a support. It is an example
of aerial apparatus which are commonly found in circus performances. Trapeze acts may be static, spinning, swinging
or flying, etc.
The trapeze artists swing back and forward across the circus ring performing somersaults and catches. It can be
thought of as a pendulum. Time-period is a time taken to complete one swing. Time-period mainly depend upon the
length of the pendulum. By changing the body position trapezist can change can change length of pendulum so that
the period of their swing.
Equation for time period can be given as:
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Equation shows that the longer length it will lead to longer period and shorter length shorter period. It only depends
upon length l as the acceleration due to gravity remains constant.
So, mathematical problem which can be worked out are periodic motion, harmonic motion, in which sine or cosine
curve will be obtained.
Solution-2:
Below images are shown to illustrate the problem of trapeze.
As we have already mentioned that by changing their body position, the trapezist can change the length of the
pendulum which changes the period of their swing.
By seeing the diagram below these type of problems can be mathematically modelled as periodic flow and can be
solved for the periodic flow with time...
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