A man runs

*laps around a circular track with a radius of*

**n***miles. He says he will drink*

**t***quarts of beer for every mile he runs. How many quarts will he drink? Click below for the answer.*

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Beer Run

A man runs**n** laps around a circular track with a radius of **t** miles. He says he will drink **s** quarts of beer for every mile he runs. How many quarts will he drink? Click below for the answer.

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A man runs

He will only need one quart, no matter how far he runs. If the radius of the track is **t** miles, then the circumference is 2*pi*t miles. The man will run **n** laps, so the total distance is 2*pi*n*t miles. If he drinks **s** quarts per mile, then the total amount of beer is 2*pi*n*t*s, which equals one quart!

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