Problem:

To allow for sewing and overlap, an 18 dm diameter piece is cut from 2m by

2m material. How much clothing material is wasted?

Can anybody help me how this be done and how it looks like .. thanks

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- December 8th 2012, 05:51 PMrcshow much clothing is wasted
**Problem:**

To allow for sewing and overlap, an 18 dm diameter piece is cut from 2m by

2m material. How much clothing material is wasted?

Can anybody help me how this be done and how it looks like .. thanks - December 8th 2012, 07:21 PMMarkFLRe: how much clothing is wasted
Subtract the area of the (presumed) circular piece from the area of the square piece from which it is cut. This difference is what is left over. What do you find?

- December 8th 2012, 07:34 PMSorobanRe: how much clothing is wasted
Hello, rcs!

Quote:

A circular piece with a 1.8m diameter is cut from a 2m by 2m piece of cloth.

How much cloth is wasted?

Did Ihave to draw you a picture?*really*

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The waste (shaded area) is:.

- December 8th 2012, 08:22 PMrcsRe: how much clothing is wasted
thank a lot one of the BESTS Sir Soroban. God Bless.