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 Filling a hole with 14 tons of rock 2016-04-08 From Barry:If I had 14 tons of inch and one half sized aggregate rock, how large of a square or rectangular shaped hole would I need to hold that amount?Answered by Penny Nom. A metal gate 2016-02-06 From Carl:I am a welder and I build gates. I have to put holes in a rail and then bend the rail in a curve. The problem is that the holes in the curved rail must line up with holes in the other straight rails. How do I calculate where to put the holes in the rail before I bend it? I will send a drawing if necessary.Answered by Harley Weston. Complex roots 2010-04-14 From Lan:If b and c are real numbers so that the polynomial (x^2) + bx + c has 1 + i as a zero, find b + c.Answered by Penny Nom. Aggregate must for a road base 2010-01-30 From Bryan:How many cubic yards of aggregate must be ordered for a road base 16 in. thick and 2 miles long with a top width of 30 ft, if the side slopes are one on one, or 45 degreesAnswered by Stephen La Rocque. Find the quadratic equation with roots at (3-i) and its complex conjugate 2008-04-22 From Tiffany:Find the quadratic equation with roots at (3-i) and its complex conjugate.Answered by Penny Nom. I have to design a lettering on corrugated plate 2006-11-29 From Tim:For a client of mine I have to design a lettering on corrugated plate. The lettering has to appear "normal" when viewed from the front (100%) I am so far now to consider the shape of the plate to be two halves of an oval/ellipse. What I would like to know is a way to calculate the percentage in which I have to "stretch" my design in order to let it appear "normal".Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom. Simplifying Radicals 1999-01-26 From Mary:I would like to know how to simplify this question: ``` 4 __________________ squareroot7 + squareroot3 ``` I know the answer is (sqrt7 - sqrt3) but i would really love to know how to get that answer!! Thanks.Answered by Jack LeSage and Penny Nom.

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