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Plans for dog kennels 2017-01-04
From Pat:
So... I'm trying to draw up a plan for my new kennel buildings. They are going to built out of grain bins. I know, cool,... right. Anyway the kennels will be along the outside of the circle and be shaped like wedges. the center will be a play area. All of the kennel sides are 6 ft in length so the size of the gate will determine how many kennels I can fit in each bin. If I want to put an odd number of kennels in and I cant draw a straight line across to make all of the wedges the same size... how do I figure out the angles...degrees ? maybe i'm making it too hard but i'd like to give the dogs as much space as i can. I did up some ... attached.
Answered by Harley Weston.
The weight of two dogs 2015-03-17
From Renee:
Darlene's dog weighed 5 times as much as Leah's dog. Together, the dogs weighed 84 pounds. How much did each dog weigh? Write an equation and solve
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two adjacent rectangular dog pens 2010-03-01
From Janet:
Clint is constructing two adjacent rectangular dog pens. Each pen will be three times as long as it is wide, and the pens will share a common long side. If Clint has 65 ft of fencing, what are the dimensions of each pen?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A dog tethered to a round building 2009-09-28
From mido:
One dog was linked to the outer wall of a building round of 20 meters in diameter. If the length of chain linking the dog sufficient turnover of half the distance around the building, What area can guard dog?
Answered by Harley Weston.
A dog tied to a round building 2008-07-08
From maitham:
i have this question which i don't know how to solve it :

One dog was linked to the outer wall of a building round of 20 meters in diameter. If the length of chain linking the dog sufficient turnover of half the distance around the building, What area can guard dog?

they said that we can solve it by integral .. can you solve it for me?

Answered by Harley Weston.
Two dogs and a flea 2005-12-23
From Michelle:
Two dogs, each traveling at 10 ft/sec, run toward each other from 500 feet apart. As they run, a flea flies from the nose of one dog to the nose of the other at 25 ft/sec. The flea flies between the dogs in this manner until it is crush when the dogs collide. How far did the flea fly?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A dog and a rabbit 2001-02-09
From Josh:

1. A dog and a rabbit are 160 meters a part for every 9 meters that the dog runs , the rabbit jumps 7 meters. How many meters must the dog run in order to vertake the rabbit???

2. A cars odometer reads 15951 KM. Find the least number of kilomaters to travel until the palindromic number appears???


Answered by Leeanne Boehm.
Cats and dogs 2000-12-24
From A student:
Brian has fourteen pets. All of his pets are cats and dogs. Brian has four more cats than dogs. How many dogs does he have?
Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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