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 A border around a flower garden 2011-08-28 From jessica:A Landscaper, who just completed a rectangular flower garden measuring 6 feet by 10 feet, orders 1 cubic yard of premixed cement, all of which is to be used to create a border of uniform width around the garden. if the border is to have a depth of 3 inches, how wide will the border be? ( 1 cubic yard=27 cubic feet)Answered by Penny Nom. A circular border around a pool 2009-09-08 From Calvin:A pool in the shape of a circle measures 10 feet across. One cubic yard of concrete is to be used to create a circular border of uniform width around the pool. If the border is to have a depth of 3 inches, how wide will the border be? ( 1 cubic yard=27 cubic feet )Answered by Stephen La Rocque. A border around a pool 2009-05-29 From PATTY:POOL RADIUS IS 13 FEET ON THE OUTER EDGE, I WANT TO MAKE AN 18 INCH OUTSIDE BORDER AROUND THE POOL. WHAT IS THE VOLUME AROUND THE POOL. (THIS IS GOING FROM A 13 FT. RADIUS TO A 14.5 RADISU.Answered by Penny Nom. Frieze Patterns 1998-08-19 From Brian Bairstow:I am doing a research project on frieze patterns (also called band patterns or border patterns). I know that there are exactly seven different types of frieze patterns, but I have been unable to find a proof for this. If you could tell me this proof, or tell me some internet sites on which I can find material on this, I would be very grateful.Answered by Chris Fisher.

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