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What would the inner and outter radius of y=arccos(x)
cmab said:What would the inner and outter radius of y=arccos(x)
The outer radius is the distance from the center of a circle or sphere to the outer edge, while the inner radius is the distance from the center to the inner edge. Essentially, the outer radius is the total radius, while the inner radius is the radius of the empty space inside.
The outer and inner radius are directly related to each other. As the outer radius increases, the inner radius decreases, and vice versa. This is because the total radius remains constant.
Yes, the outer and inner radius can be the same. In this case, the shape would be a solid sphere or cylinder with no empty space inside.
The formula for calculating outer and inner radius depends on the shape. For a circle, the outer radius is the same as the radius, while the inner radius is 0. For a cylinder, the outer radius is the radius of the circular base, while the inner radius is the distance from the center of the cylinder to its inner edge. For a sphere, the outer radius is the radius of the sphere, while the inner radius is 0.
The unit of measurement for outer and inner radius can vary depending on the context. For example, the radius of a circle may be measured in inches, while the radius of a planet may be measured in kilometers.