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What's the area of square?
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asked May 17 in Mathematics by Pieter Diamond (40,709 points) | 76 views
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asked Feb 5 in Mathematics by Pieter Diamond (40,709 points) | 81 views
The figure represents an empty cube with a circular opening at the top. The diameter of the opening is half the length of the diagonal $\mathrm{AB}$. The outer surface area of the cube (in square centimetres) is: Suppose $\mathrm{ABCD}$ is a square with side length $(x-1) \mathrm{cm}$. If the area of rectangle $\mathrm{ABFE}$ is $\left(x^{2}+x-2\right) \mathrm{cm}^{2}$, then the length of $\mathrm{FC}$, in $\mathrm{cm}$, is A photograph with length $L$ and width $W$ is placed in a mat of width 8 centimeters $(\mathrm{cm})$. The area of the mat (in square centimeters, or $\mathrm{cm}^{2}$ ) is found to be $A=(L+16)(W+16)-L \cdot W .$  A right circular cylinder with radius $r$ and height $h$ has the surface area $S$ (in square units) given by the formula $S=2 \pi r(r+h) .$  Find the surface area of a cylinder with radius 6 in. and height 9 in. Leave the answer in terms of $\pi$.
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Calculate the volume of the remaining wood correct to the nearest cubic centimetre. Use formulae:  $\mathrm{V}=\pi \mathrm{r}^{2} \mathrm{~h}$ and $\mathrm{V}=\frac{1}{2} \times$ Area of base $\mathrm{x} \perp$ height. One fourth of the rectangle on the left below is shade by dividing it into fourths.
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How many rectangles are there in each of these figures?
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asked Apr 21, 2021 in Mathematics by MathsGee Platinum (122,714 points) | 482 views
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How do we calculate the hypotenuse?
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asked Apr 5, 2021 in Mathematics by MathsGee Platinum (122,714 points) | 242 views
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asked Nov 24, 2020 in Mathematics by CT Diamond (48,498 points) | 127 views
Which of the following is the length, in centimeters, of BC?
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asked Jun 19, 2020 in Mathematics by MathsGee Platinum (122,714 points) | 1,227 views
Rocco wants to redo the cushions on a couch in his living room.
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asked Jun 18, 2020 in Mathematics by CT Diamond (48,498 points) | 258 views
Calculate the length of the hypotenuse in the triangle shown below, if AB = 2m and BC = 6m.
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Greg, the grounds man at the Super Star Hockey Club, is asked to repaint the lines on the hockey field. a) Calculate the perimeter of the hockey field. Calculate the surface area of the front (the shaded area) of the storehouse.
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Determine the perimeter of the following
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asked May 12, 2020 in Mathematics by MathsGee Platinum (122,714 points) | 218 views

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