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If there are 14 people sitting evenly spaced around a circle which person is directly across for the 2nd person?

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1+(1/2*18)=1+9=10

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Q: There are 18 students in a circle evenly spaced and consecutively numbered Which student is directly opposite student 1?
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Trust but verify so do the math yourself and see if you agree with me... Maybe I am having a joke at your expense... I am TheRealSarcasmO, also why do I feel like I might be helping you with your homework? That being said, if there are 18 students evenly spaced in a circle, the student directly across from student 5 would be student 14. To determine which student is directly opposite student 5 in a circle with 18 students, we can use a simple formula. First, we need to find the total number of students in the circle, which is 18. Next, we subtract the number of the student we’re looking for (in this case, 5) from the total number of students (18). Finally, we add 9 to the result to get the number of the student directly across from student 5. So, 18 - 5 = 13, and 13 + 9 = 22. But since there are only 18 students in the circle, we need to subtract 18 from 22 to get the final answer: 22 - 18 = 4. Therefore, student 5 is directly across from student 14. The answer should be correct I used old math. if you use new math the answer is half past the student that identifies as a cat. To explain this so you can figure for any situation suppose there are n students evenly spaced in a circle. To determine which student is directly opposite student k, we can use the following formula: (k + n/2) % n. So, for example, if there are 18 students in the circle and we want to find the student directly across from student 5, we can use the formula: (5 + 18/2) % 18 = 14. Bazinga! Student 5 is directly across from student 14. Thank you very much... I bid you adu....


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