
Grade 9 Math
There is one large rectangle ABCD, top line is AD and bottom is BC. A vertical line is drawn from the top to bottom called GH (between points AD and BC). A line is drawn from left to right called EF (between points AB and GH). AEFG is Rectangle 1. EBHF is
asked by olav on December 12, 2010 
Gr. 9 math
There is one large rectangle ABCD, top line is AD and bottom is BC. A vertical line is drawn from the top to bottom called GH (between points AD and BC). A line is drawn from left to right called EF (between points AB and GH). AEFG is Rectangle 1. EBHF is
asked by olav on December 12, 2010 
math
There is on large rectangle ABCD, top line is AD and bottom is BC. A line is drawn from the top to bottom called GH. A line is drawn from left to right called EF. AEFG is Rectangle 1. EBHF is Rectangle 2. GHCD is Rectangle 3. All three rectangles are
asked by olav on December 11, 2010 
Gr. 9 Math (continued)
I don't see a problem but I will rewrite the structure. Make two rectangles attached together. Call the first rectangle ABHG (AG top, BH bottom). Call the second rectangle GHCD (HC top, GD bottom). Draw a horizontal line from line AB to line GH and name
asked by olav on December 12, 2010 
tyndall
1. In the middle of the page, draw two vertical lines an inch long, an inch apart, and that are parallel to each other. 2. About a half inch below the lines, draw a halfinch horizontal line that is centered between the lines. 3. Draw a line from the
asked by ferdinand on September 7, 2013 
Calculus
You are given a 60 inch by 30 inch piece of cardboad and asked to make a sixsided box. If the cardboard is cut along the lines shown, what will the dimensions of the box with maximum volume? The diagram looks as follows: it is a rectangle with a shaded
asked by Alex on January 3, 2011 
math
1. In the middle of the page, draw two vertical lines an inch long, an inch apart, and that are parallel to each other. 2. About a half inch below the lines, draw a halfinch horizontal line that is centered between the lines. 3. Draw a line from the
asked by Anonymous on January 11, 2017 
math
1. In the middle of the page, draw two vertical lines an inch long, an inch apart, and that are parallel to each other. 2. About a half inch below the lines,draw a half inch horizontal line that is centered between the lines 3. Draw a line from the bottom
asked by tommy on July 30, 2019 
Physics
Please Help!!!! Find the current in the 10.0 ohm resistor in the drawing (V1 = 21.0 V and R1 = 27.0 ohms). The drawing is in the shape of a rectangle that has one straight line down the center. On the left top line is R1; on the right top line is 5.0 ohm;
asked by Jim on September 10, 2007 
math
Trapezoid ABCD, top and bottom are parallel. Left is 45, bottom is 60, right is 30, top is unknown. Trapezoid EFGH is similar to ABCD, top and bottom are parallel. Top is 10, other sides are unknown. Area of ABCD is 9 times larger than EFGH. What is the
asked by olav on December 11, 2010 
math
In rectangle ABCD, if the coordinates of A are (0, 0) and the coordinates of C are (r, s), find the coordinates of B.With A and D being on the bottom line and B and C on the top with B over A.
asked by leah on July 5, 2011 
geometry
In rectangle ABCD, if the coordinates of A are (0, 0) and the coordinates of C are (r, s), find the coordinates of B.With A and D being on the bottom line and B and C on the top with B over A.
asked by leah on July 6, 2011 
Geometry
If line AB is perpendicular to line EF, and line CD is perpendicular to EF, then the measure of angle 1=the measure of angle 2. Give an arguement for the statement and a reason for each step. There is also a diagram drawn on my homework which is a vertical
asked by Kathleen on September 26, 2013 
grade 9 math
Trapezoid ABCD, top AD and bottom BC are parallel. AD is the smaller of the two parallel lines. Left AB is 45, bottom BC is 60, right CD is 30, top AD is unknown. Trapezoid EFGH is similar to ABCD, top EH and bottom FG are parallel. EH is the smaller of
asked by olav on December 12, 2010 
Physics  Repost
I am reposting the this question. Find the current in the 10.0 ohm resistor in the drawing (V1 = 21.0 V and R1 = 27.0 ohms). The drawing is in the shape of a rectangle that has one straight line down the center. On the left top line is R1; on the right top
asked by Jim on September 11, 2007 
Geometry
If the area of the large rectangle is 147 units squared, what is the perimeter of the shaded area. There is a visual of a large rectangle divided into four smaller ones. One is shaded. The area is given for the other three: 48 and 15 along the top half of
asked by Laurel on August 27, 2014 
Algebra
1.The coordinates of rectangle ABCD are A(2, 2), B(2, 5), C(6, 5), and D(6, 2). Using rectangle ABCD, find the coordinates of the rectangle that results when the center of dilation is the origin and ABCD is dilated by a scale factor of 3.
asked by Darth on March 9, 2017 
math
The top horizontal edge of the rectangle measures 17 centimeters, the left vertical edge of the rectangle measures 22 centimeters, and the bottom horizontal edge measures 17 centimeters. The left vertical leg is on the right edge of the rectangle, with v
asked by chloe on May 9, 2019 
geometry
In rectangle ABCD line EF joins the midpoint of line AB and BC. Line BE equals 5, line BF equals 12, find line EF, line AC and perimeter of the rectangle.
asked by Amie on December 15, 2010 
Trigonometry
In a figure, ABCD is a rectangle in which AD=43.7 cm, DE=100 cm and EDC =27°, where E is a point above C making a rught angled triangle DEC above the rectangle. Find angle EAD. I found the other parts of this question but thjs one's difficult. I assumed
asked by DS on February 13, 2016 
Math~repost
The top horizontal edge of the rectangle measures 17 centimeters, the left vertical edge of the rectangle measures 22 centimeters, and the bottom horizontal edge measures 17 centimeters. The left vertical leg is on the right edge of the rectangle, with v
asked by Sliverstream on March 18, 2019 
Math
The top horizontal edge of the rectangle measures 17 centimeters, the left vertical edge of the rectangle measures 22 centimeters, and the bottom horizontal edge measures 17 centimeters. The left vertical leg is on the right edge of the rectangle, with v
asked by Sliverstream on March 18, 2019 
geometry
Lines M and T are parallel with a Transversal line P. [Labeling for the angles on line P intersecting M are, top right corner is angle 1, the top left is angle 2, the bottom left is angle 3, and the bottom left is angle 4. This pattern {top left, top
asked by John on January 25, 2012 
Geometry
If the width of rectangle ABCD is 8 cm and the length of diagonal line AC is 14, find the length of rectangle ABCD. A2 + b2 = c2. 64+ b2 =196. square root of b2 = square root of 132. B =2square of 33. L = ?
asked by Laura on April 6, 2016 
Math
Rectangle ABCD is similar to rectangle EFGH. If rectangle ABCD has sides that are 7 times greater than those of rectangle EFGH, what is the relationship between the perimeters of the rectangles? A. The perimeter of rectangle EFGH is 7 times greater than
asked by jessica on June 11, 2012 
Geometry
I've been working forever to figure out this problem! If two flagpoles are 10m and 70m tall and are 100m apart, find the height of the point where a line from the top of the first to the bottom of the second intersects a line from the bottom of the first
asked by Spencer on January 16, 2008 
math
In rectangle ABCD, shown here, ACB measures 30° and. CD = 40 mm. What is the area of rectangle ABCD? Express your answer as a decimal to the nearest tenth
asked by mohib on December 19, 2011 
math
Diagram: OAZ line on top horizontal OXB line vertical under O BYA line diagonal from B to A to form a triangle which is OBA In the middle of O and B there is a line to show x which is nearer to B. In the middle of line BA there i s a line to sow Y in the
asked by supersupersuper on January 3, 2017 
Math
Based on examples she has seen, a child might think that a trapezoid is" a shape with 4 sides, top and bottom are parallel, bottom longer than the top, no sides the same size, large, no right angles, cut off at the top." Which of these characteristics are
asked by Part on March 16, 2015 
college geometry
A rectangle ABCD has three of its vertices at A(2, 1), B(6, 1), and C(6, 3). Find the fourth vertex D and the area of rectangle ABCD.
asked by Mark on May 29, 2015 
Geometry
Quadrilateral ABCD is a parallelogram. If adjacent angles are congruent, which statement must be true? A. Quadrilateral ABCD is a square. B. Quadrilateral ABCD is a rhombus. C. Quadrilateral ABCD is a rectangle. D. Quadrilateral ABCD is an isosceles
asked by Lauren on July 5, 2017 
Math
The ratio of the perimeter of triangle PQR to the perimeter of rectangle ABCD is 5 : 9. All in centimeters Triangle (sides) PQ: (x3) PR: (3x5) QR: (4x+3) Rectangle (sides) AB: (2x+2) BC: (4x  1/2) [AB is longer than BC] a. Write algebraic expressions
asked by Azuka on November 4, 2018 
math
Leah is an interior designer. She will use the scale drawing shown of two bedrooms and a shared bathroom to create her designs for her client. The figure shows a map in the shape of a rectangle. The vertical length of this rectangle is labeled as 15 feet.
asked by uru chan on November 22, 2019 
5th grade Math
Kate is going to carpet her living room floor and drew the diagram shown. (I am not able to submit the drawn diagram. However I will try to describe) The diagram is a rectangle: It is 16 feet at the top showing a right angle at the top left and a right
asked by Please Help on December 12, 2009 
Math
Really stuck on this question not sure where im going wrong a trapezium with top and bottom sides paralell. With a diagonal line running from the top left to the bootom right hand corner splitting the trapez into two triangles. the top left corner angle is
asked by Evie on February 3, 2014 
Math Symbols
Let "p" represent 'the area of rectangle ABCD is 50 square inches'. Let "q" represent 'the perimeter of rectangle ABCD is 30 inches'. Let "r" represent "the length of rectangle ABCD is twice the width" My question: use symbols to represent the collowing
asked by Kasey on August 21, 2006 
Math
geometry On the coordinate plane, draw a rectangle ABCD with vertices at A (1,4), B(5,4), C(5,1) and D (1,1). Then graph and describe the new rectangle formed when you subtact 3 from each coordinate of the vertices in rectangle ABCD.
asked by Witty on September 19, 2012 
Math
2x^2+9x5 is the area of a rectangle and one side of the rectangle is x+5, What is the other side of the rectangle? A volume of a cube is 15625cm cubed. What is the length from point A to B in the cube? Point A is on the front bottom right corner and point
asked by Miley on January 23, 2014 
Math
1. What is the remainder when 2^190 is divided by 5? How do I approach these questions; do I write it down on paper, or use my calculator(how do I see the remainder?)? 2. Figure: A large right triangle, shortest base in on the ground, shorter height is
asked by Linda on March 18, 2015 
Geometry
The parallelogram has the angle measuers shown. Can you conclude that it is a rhombus, a rectangle, or a square? Explain. So I'm going to describe the image then I'll give what I think would be a correct answer to explain. (I'm really bad at this)
asked by Unknown on February 6, 2017 
geometry
Given: QRST is a parallelogram. Prove: QRST is a square. Complete the proof below by choosing the reason for line number 2 and line number 6. Reason Statement 1. QRST is a parallelogram. Given 2. QRST is a rectangle 3. is a right angle Definition of a
asked by karrie on January 5, 2012 
Geometry
I have a rectangle MNOP ~ rectangle STUV. What is the length of line TU?? First rectangle is MNOP with 10 on top and 4 on the side. Second rectangle is STUV. With the top marked X for the unknown number and n the side is 6. I need help solving this. Do you
asked by R on March 5, 2016 
Math
In the accompanying diagram, abcd is a rectangle with ab as a diameter of semicircle o. Diagonal bd is drawn in rectangle abcd. The length of bd exceeds the length of ab by 1, and ad=5. Please help thank you
asked by Kiki on December 23, 2012 
Maths  Recipricals
I'm having some torubles understanding these question. Sketch y1 = x3 and y2 = 1/x3 on the same set of axis a) What is the relationship between the zero of y1, and vertical asymptote of y2? Does the question mean when y1 = 0?. I know the vertical
asked by TK on August 23, 2008 
Math
Rectangle ABCD has been subdivided into 4 regions. The areas of two of these regions are a^2 and 144. The combined area of the other two regions is 25a. What is the perimeter of the rectangle ABCD? Please help and show steps! I don't have a clue how to do
asked by Cherie on October 3, 2014 
math
Rectangle ABCD is 12 inches long and has a perimeter of 54 inches. Rectangle LMNO is similar to rectangle ABCD and is 2.4 feet long. What is the width of the rectangle LMNO?
asked by scott on January 27, 2011 
Optimization (Math)
The mayor of a village wants to build a library of which the windows have a shape of a rectangle on top of a square. The total perimeter of each window is of P meters and varies depending on each windows size. Find the dimensions of the windows in terms of
asked by Tommy on November 1, 2011 
math
A point is directly below a window. Another point B is 15 m from A and at the same horizontal level. From B angle elevation of the top of the bottom of the window is 300 and the angle elevation of the top of the widow is 350. Calculate the vertical
asked by kudu on February 8, 2015 
Math
Line LM is the midsegment of rectangle ABCD. AB=x+8, LM = 4x+3, and DC=243. What is the value of x?
asked by Sierra on March 11, 2014 
Math 5th grade
Sorry for repost. Damon answered but I do not see any relate between number.The question is: Look for a pattern. Have a rectangle with number 10, 16 and 23 in the corners.The circle inside rectangle with 9, 12 and 24 inside circle. Place the numbers from
asked by Tien on February 17, 2014 
Math
Could you please help me with this question? I am not sure how to answer it. Indicate whether the deductive reasoning used is an example of affirming the hypothesis or denying the conclusion. The four sided figure has four right angles, it is a rectangle.
asked by B.B. on May 31, 2009 
Math
Line LM is the midsegment of rectangle ABCD. AB=72 and DC=104. What is LM? A.176 b. 88 c.98 d.32
asked by Sierra on March 11, 2014 
Geometry
I have four questions: 1. The area of trapezoid ABCD is 60. One base is 4 units longer than the other, and the height of the trapezoid is 5. Find the length of the median of the trapezoid. 2. In trapezoid ABCD, line BC is parallel to line AD, angle ABD =
asked by jared on December 6, 2014 
Geometry
Determine the vertices of rectangle ABCD, where AB = 2BC. a) rectangle ABCD A) (0,0) B) (8,2) C (_,_) D (_,_) So far I just found the midpoint of A and B and got (4,1) but i don't know what to do after that. THe slope is 1/4, so i was thinking of finding
asked by starburst on May 10, 2015 
Math (Geometry)
ABCD is a rectangle with AC=20 and AB=2BC. What is the area of rectangle ABCD?
asked by Arnau on April 30, 2013 
Math
The point A is directly below a window. Another point B is 15 m from A and at the same horizontal level. From B angle of elevation of the top of the bottom of the window is 300 and the angle of elevation of the top of the window is 350. Calculate the
asked by Kid on April 15, 2018 
Physics
A large store escalator that is designed to transfer customers to one floor to another, a vertical distance of 8.0m. It takes each person 20 seconds to ride from bottom to top of the escalator. Explain how you would determine the power of the escalator
asked by Anonymous on June 29, 2014 
Physics
In the rectangle in the drawing, a charge is to be placed at the empty corner to make the net force on the charge at corner A point along the vertical direction. What charge (magnitude and algebraic sign) must be placed at the empty corner? (the rectangle
asked by Sarah on September 8, 2013 
math
Rectangles ABCD and PQRS have the same lengthtowidth ratio. Calculate the length of rectangle PQRS rectangle abcd: L: 30 cm W: 18 cm rectangle pqrs: L: ? W: 27 cm
asked by Anne on October 18, 2016 
PHYSICS!
A 8.52 kg block of metal is suspended from a scale and immersed in water as in Figure P9.30. The dimensions of the block are 12.0 cm x 10.0 cm x 10.0 cm. The 12.0cm dimension is vertical, and the top of the block is 9.0 cm below the surface of the water.
asked by Emily on October 28, 2012 
PHYSICS!
A 8.52 kg block of metal is suspended from a scale and immersed in water as in Figure P9.30. The dimensions of the block are 12.0 cm x 10.0 cm x 10.0 cm. The 12.0cm dimension is vertical, and the top of the block is 9.0 cm below the surface of the water.
asked by EMM on October 28, 2012 
geometry
ABCD is a rectangle. On line segment AB, E is a point such that ∠ADE=17∘ and ∠BCE=29∘. What is the measure of ∠DEC (in degrees)?
asked by emergency!!! 33 on February 11, 2013 
mathscircles
ABCD is a rectangle the line through C perpendicular to AC meets AB produced at X and AD produce at Y . Prove that DBXY are concyclic
asked by anoynomous on March 20, 2013 
goemetry
the vertice of rectangle ABCD are A=(0,0), B=(2a,0), C=(2a,2b) and D=(0,2b). Where M,N,P and Q are the midpoint of the consecutive sides of ABCD, what type of quadrilateral is MNPQ?
asked by Johnny on February 27, 2013 
Physics HELP!!!!!!!!
For the normal force in Figure 5.21 to have the same magnitude at all points on the vertical track, the stunt driver must adjust the speed to be different at different points. Suppose, for example, that the track has a radius of 3.1 m and that the driver
asked by Mary on February 21, 2007 
Math
a.)If ABCD is a parallelogram, then ABCD is (always true, sometimes true, OR never true) a rectangle. b.)The diagonals of a square (always true, sometimes true, OR never true) bisect each other. c.)If WXYZ is a rectangle, then the diagonals are (always
asked by Kim on April 29, 2011 
Physics
A small solid sphere, with radius 0.25 cm and mass 0.61 g rolls without slipping on the inside of a large fixed hemisphere with radius 17 cm and a vertical axis of symmetry. The sphere starts at the top from rest. (a) What is its kinetic energy at the
asked by Ray on October 26, 2009 
Physics
A small solid sphere, with radius 0.25 cm and mass 0.61 g rolls without slipping on the inside of a large fixed hemisphere with radius 17 cm and a vertical axis of symmetry. The sphere starts at the top from rest. (a) What is its kinetic energy at the
asked by Ray on October 26, 2009 
Stats
A sociology professor assigns letter grades on a test according to the following scheme. A: Top 14% of scores B: scores below the top 14% and above the bottom 55% C: scores below the top 45% and above the bottom 17% D: scores below the top 83% and above
asked by Benjamin on October 14, 2017 
math
ABCD is a rectangle of perimeter 48cm. AB=6 cm and CD=DE. What is the length of ABCD?
asked by teresa on March 6, 2016 
Geometry
Write a proof for the following Given: line AC is congruent to line BD, line AD is congruent to BC Prove: triangle DAX is congruent to triangle CBX It's an isosceles trapezoid. From top left is labeled A. Top right labeled B. Bottom right labeled C. Bottom
asked by Anonymous on November 16, 2014 
Geometry
Write proof for the following Given: line AC is congruent to line BD, line AD is congruent to BC Prove: triangle DAX is congruent to triangle CBX It's an isosceles trapezoid. From top left is labeled A. Top right labeled B. Bottom right labeled C. Bottom
asked by Anonymous on November 17, 2014 
Calculus
Hi there,could you help me with the following questions; 1.) Analyze the key features (any asymptotes, intercepts, critical points) and then sketch the graph of the function f(x)= x0.25/x^2 > I am unsure about my answers could you tell me if I am
asked by Karen on March 22, 2010 
physics
A small block is released from rest at the top of a frictionless incline. The distance from the top of the incline to the bottom, measured along the incline, is 3.60 m. The vertical distance from the top of the incline to the bottom is 1.36 m. If g = 9.80
asked by Tara on January 29, 2014 
physics
A small block is released from rest at the top of a frictionless incline. The distance from the top of the incline to the bottom, measured along the incline, is 3.70 m. The vertical distance from the top of the incline to the bottom is 1.67 m. If g = 9.80
asked by Mike on February 1, 2015 
PreAlgebra
A rectange has dimensions of 1 and 6. Another rectangle was drawn from it using a scale factor of 1.5. A. The area of the large rectangle is how many times the area of the small rectangle? B. The perimter of the large rectangle is how many times the
asked by Samantha on November 9, 2008 
Math
A 13 foot ladder is leaning against a vertical wall. The distance from the top of the ladder to the bottom of the wall is 7 feet longer than the distance from the bottom of the ladder to the bottom of the wall. Find how high the top of the ladder reacher
asked by esmith on July 27, 2013 
math please help
There are two triangles one large and one small. Write an expression in simplest form for the perimeter of each triangle. Large triangle left side says 4x+2 top says 7x+7 bottom days 5x4. Small triangle left side says x+3 top says 2x5 and bottom says
asked by stressed out over math on May 19, 2015 
HELP ME MATH
There are two triangles one large and one small. Write an expression in simplest form for the perimeter of each triangle. Large triangle left side says 4x+2 top says 7x+7 bottom days 5x4. Small triangle left side says x+3 top says 2x5 and bottom says
asked by Quzzy modo on April 22, 2016 
math,algebra,help
can someone show me how to solve this: Simplify 3  + 1 x5  4 1 minus  x 5 that did n't look right...typo... here it is its a fraction on top of the other so the top is fine.the bottom should read one minus (4)/(x5) Get least common
asked by jasort20 on March 13, 2007 
Math
A building 24 m tall is viewed from the top and bottom of a vertical ladder.The building forms an angle of 45 degrees with the top of the ladder and an angle of 60 degrees with the bottom of the ladder.Find (i) the height of the vertical ladder (ii) the
asked by Anonymous on July 15, 2009 
Math
Multiple Choice What data are represented by the stemandleaf plot below? Three rows of numbers are shown. The key shows that 4 vertical line 1 means 41. Row 1 is 3 vertical line 7 8 9 Row 2 is 4 vertical line 1 3 7 Row 3 is 5 vertical line 2 4 A. 37, 38,
asked by Anonymous on March 6, 2019 
math
A rectange has dimensions of 1 and 6. Another rectangle was drawn from it using a scale factor of 1.5. A. The area of the large rectangle is how many times the area of the small rectangle? B. The perimter of the large rectangle is how many times the
asked by Jazzy on March 6, 2012 
drbob222, math ,algebra
can you explain to me the following problem , ms.sue and others are trying to help me but they are making me more confuse. Is there any short cuts to the following problem. Directions:multiply and write the answer in simplest form. 4/12 times 10/4 first,
asked by jasmine20 on December 16, 2006 
math
A large rectangle is divided into 4 nonoverlapping smaller rectangles by two lines. One line is parallel to the base, and the other line is parallel to the height. If the areas of three of the small rectangles are 18,24, and 40, compute the only possible
asked by Joe on May 23, 2011 
Urgent Math
A large rectangle is divided into 4 nonoverlapping smaller rectangles by two lines. One line is parallel to the base, and the other line is parallel to the height. If the areas of three of the small rectangles are 18,24, and 40, compute the only possible
asked by Joe on May 23, 2011 
Math
A large rectangle is divided into 4 nonoverlapping smaller rectangles by two lines. One line is parallel to the base, and the other line is parallel to the height. If the areas of three of the small rectangles are 18,24, and 40, compute the only possible
asked by Joe on May 23, 2011 
geometry
I need help with following problem. I have (2lines (AB and CD). A line intercepts which I called AE. (
asked by chloe on April 14, 2015 
Math
What's that line over a repeating decimal called? (Ex 3.33 The line would go on top of the second 3) And also, what's the difference between that line going on top of the second number and it going on top of both numbers? (Ex 1 3.33 The line would go on
asked by Humanoid on December 4, 2014 
Geometry
So the directions say: Provide a counterexample to show that each statement is false. You can use words or make a diagram. These are the two questions that I'm stuck on: 1. If a line lies in a vertical plane, then the line is vertical 2. If x^2=49, then
asked by rose.marie on September 5, 2018 
Maths  Optimisation
I've been trying to work out this question for hours and I can't seem to figure it out. Question: "Point 'A' is situated in the bottom left hand corner of a vertical rectangle with the dimensions 6m x 3m. Point 'B' is situated in the opposite top corner of
asked by Jane on August 8, 2014 
Math
The large rectangle shown, is composed of five congruent smaller rectangles, each with whole number dimensions. If the perimeter of each smaller rectangle is 20 com, find the are of the entire large rectangle in sq cm.
asked by Eric on March 17, 2016 
Physics
Given the figure above, if a = 5.53 cm and b = 4.15 cm, what would be the force (both magnitude and direction) on the 5.0 nC charge? its a rectangle with + 10nC top left, 10nC top right and 5.0 nC bottom right.
asked by Impossible on January 20, 2017 
geometery
Rectangles ABCD and EFGH are similar. The perimeter of rectangle ABCD is 5 times greater than the perimeter of rectangle EFGH. What is the relationship between the areas of the rectangles?
asked by jessica on June 11, 2012 
physics
Air streams horizontally past a small airplane's wings such that the speed is 70.0m/s over the top surface and 60.0m/s past the bottom surface. If the plane has a wing area of 16.2m^2 on the top and on the bottom, what is the net vertical force that the
asked by Jaime on January 29, 2009 
Math (check answers)
ultiple Choice 1. What is a reasonable distance between two cities? (1 point) 200 km ** 200 m 200 cm 200 mm 2. Which value correctly completes the statement? 6,501.5 km = ______ m (1 point) 6,501,500 ** 65,015 650,150,000 650.15 3. Find the perimeter of
asked by maggie on March 27, 2017 
Math help another
Find the area of the composite figure. Square with missing top corner. 12in prarel to 10in top 14in bottom 20in. All of little boxes on the three showm corners. I did this. Find area of rectangle A= lxw 14 x 12 = 168 in. Find triangle area A = 1/2 x b xh
asked by Tamara on April 22, 2013 
Geometry
If rectangle ABCD has a larger area than rectangle EFGH, does it follow that ABCD must have a perimeter larger than that of EFGH? Why or why not.
asked by jj on October 20, 2009 
Statistics
I'm stumped on this question. A teacher informs her history class that a test is very difficult, but the grades would be curved. Scores for the test are normally distributed with a mean of 25 and a standard deviation of 5. If the grades are curved
asked by Norilyn on March 15, 2011 
Geometry
I need help on a geometry proof!!!! If Line AB is parallel to Line DC and Line BC is parallel to line AD, prove that angle B is congruent to angle D. The picture is basically a square or parallelogram with line DC on the Top and Line AB on the bottom, and
asked by Emily on November 1, 2009
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