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August 29, 2014

Posts by hodna


Total # Posts: 4

geometry
An isosceles triangle has two 10.0-inch sides and a 2w-inch side. Find the radius of the inscribed circle of this triangle, in the cases w = 5.00, w = 6.00, and w = 8.00.
April 12, 2010

geometry
If a triangle has sides of lengths a and b, which make a C-degree angle, then the length of the side opposite C is c, where c2 = a2 + b2 − 2ab cosC. This is the SAS version of the Law of Cosines. Explain the terminology. Derive an equivalent SSS version of the Law of ...
April 12, 2010

geometry
Find the third side of a triangle in which a 4.00-inch side and a 6.00-inch side are known to make a 56.0-degree angle. Round your answer to three significant digits.
April 11, 2010

math
Dana takes a sheet of paper, cuts a 120-degree circular sector from it, then rolls it up and tapes the straight edges together to form a cone. Given that the sector radius is 12 cm, find the height and volume of this paper cone.
April 11, 2010

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