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The depth of a lot 2013-11-02
From Gini:
what is the depth of a lot with 45 feet frontage containing 1080 sq yards
Answered by Penny Nom.
A ratio problem 2013-10-31
From indu:
students of a school have been into 2 groups in the ratio 6:11, if the group has 870 students, how many students are there in all the school?
Answered by Penny Nom.
An extension using concrete blocks 2013-10-30
From david:
hi how many concrete blocks would i need for an extension 50 ft long ,20 ft wide and 12ft height
Answered by Penny Nom.
A sloped concrete wall 2013-10-30
From Brad:
We are planning on pouring concrete in a wall form that is sloped. One end is 73 inches tall, and it tapers to 24 inches tall over a distance of 348 inches. It is flat on bottom and sides and is 12 inches thick. Thanks.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Is-5/-11 a positive rational number? 2013-10-30
From tazneem:
Is-5/-11 a positive rational number
Answered by Penny Nom.
A plane 2013-10-27
From Thomas:
Why is this 3d plane flat?
if m ≠ n
arcsin(sin(m*arctan(x/y))), arcsin(cos(n*arctan(x/y))),
Pi-arcsin(sin(m*arctan(x/y)))-arcsin(cos(n*arctan(x/y)))
This is using radians.
These are angles of a triangle, when m and n are the same it is a right triangle. All three inputs are not equal to each other. The last input is pi minus the first two inputs, which makes a complete triangle.
I was kind of hoping to find more lissajous curves. It doesn't make sense to me that this is a flat plane, a diagonal one at that.

I'm not a student or anything. I'm just wasting time.

Answered by Chris Fisher.
The perimeter of a rectangle 2013-10-24
From sana:
if the length is given 70 m and the breadth is given as 40 m find the perimeter of the rectangle
Answered by Penny Nom.
A stem and leaf plot 2013-10-24
From mary:
Hi
I'm trying to answer my child's question on stem and leaf plot. For grade 4, the question is where do you put 57 in this list

6    0
5    4 8 8 9 4 6 4

Answered by Penny Nom.
Tim is standing in a hole 2013-10-23
From Marvel:
Tim is standing in a hole that is 4 feet deep. Ben asks him how much deeper is he going to dig the hole. Tim replies he will dig to the level that is 4 feet 2 inches deeper and that then the top of his head will be the same distance below ground level that it is now above. How tall is Tim?
Answered by Penny Nom.
An equation with fractions 2013-10-22
From Bill:
1/5n= -9
Solve this equation in simple steps!

Answered by Penny Nom.
Extraneous solutions 2013-10-22
From tom:
i need an equation where x=-2 is the correct answer and x=-3 is an extraneous solution. can you provide me with such an equation??
Answered by Harley Weston.
Together, Tom and Max have 72 football cards 2013-10-21
From Maureen:
Together, Tom and Max have 72 football cards. Tom has 2 more than 4 times as many cards as Max has. How many football cards does Tom Have?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A union and interception problem 2013-10-19
From Zakir:
Sir, I have some problem in union there is a Question in a book find B set if A={2,4,6,8} , AUB={2,4,5,6,7,8} and A intersection B={6,8} plz tell me how can I find the B set
Answered by Penny Nom.
Peter bought pizza and drinks 2013-10-19
From sd:
Peter spent $30 on pizza and 3/4 of the remainder on drinks. He has 2/9 of the original amount left. How much had he at first?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A string wrapped around three circles 2013-10-19
From Jim:
A recent puzzle ' find the length of a string around 3 touching 1 meter diameter circles ' gave this answer : the string touches 120 (or pi/3 meters) of each circle. Then 3(1+pi/3) = 3+pi meters is the required length. I do not see how it was determined that the string touches 120 or pi/3 meters?
Please explain . Thank-you , Jim

Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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