Feb 22 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

The perimeter of a rectangle is 22 inches and its length is 4 inches less than twice its width. Set up a system of linear equations and solve to find the dimensions of the rectangle. Votes: 0 Answers: 0 Categories: Math :: Algebra I Math :: Basic Math :: Geometry Math :: Pre Algebra Math […]

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Feb 1 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

A rectangle has a perimeter of centimeters. The length of the rectangle is 11 centimeters longer than triple the width. Find the dimensions of the rectangle. Votes: 0 Answers: 0 Categories: Math :: Basic Math :: Geometry Math :: Pre Algebra February 1, 2015 Vladimire Herard, M.S.

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Feb 1 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

Two angles are supplementary. The measure of the second angle is 45 degrees less than two times the measure of the first angle. Find the measure of each angle. Votes: 0 Answers: 0 Categories: Math :: Basic Math :: Geometry Math :: Pre Algebra Math :: Trigonometry February 1, 2015 Vladimire Herard, M.S.

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Feb 1 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

A cone-shaped pile of sand contains 5.4m cubed. If the pile of sand covers 8.1m squared, how high is the pile of sand? Votes: 0 Answers: 0 Categories: Math :: Basic Math :: Geometry Math :: Pre Algebra February 1, 2015 Vladimire Herard, M.S.

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Jan 24 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

Identify the common difference OR common ratio, depending on whether the sequence below is arithmetic or geometric. Then use the appropriate formula to write a rule for the sequence. Finally, use the rule to find the tenth term in the sequence: –15, –9, –3, 3, 9 … . Votes: 0 Answers: 0 Categories: Math :: […]

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Jan 17 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

If the length of thread on a bolt is equal to twice the diameter plus 1/4″, how much thread would a 1/2″ (diameter) bolt have? Votes: 0 Answers: 0 Categories: Math :: Geometry Math :: Pre Algebra Math :: Trigonometry January 17, 2015 Vladimire Herard, M.S.

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Jan 14 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

The length of a rectangle is 3 more than its width. The perimeter of the rectangle is 58 cm. What are the rectangle’s dimensions? Votes: 0 Answers: 0 Categories: Math :: Basic Math :: Geometry January 14, 2015 Vladimire Herard, M.S.

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Jan 12 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

How do you convert degrees to radians? Votes: 0 Answers: 0 Categories: Math :: Geometry January 12, 2015 Vladimire Herard, M.S.

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Jan 12 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

A company manufactures high-powered fountains that can be used to create elaborate water shows set to light and music. The company makes three models of fountains, each of which can launch a vertical stream of water to a different height, as indicated in the table below. Model A Model B Model C height 77 100 […]

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Jan 6 2015 in *by Vladimire Herard, M.S.*

One side of a triangle is 1 inch longer than the shortest side and is 1 inch shorter than the longest side. The perimeter is 17 inches. Find the dimensions of the triangle. Votes: 0 Answers: 0 Categories: Math :: Geometry January 6, 2015 Vladimire Herard, M.S.

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