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Fit 7 different rectangles on grid paper 2008-07-02
From anonomous:
I need to fit 7 different rectangles on grid paper of 1cm squared. Each squared centimetre equals 4 squared metres, and it needs to end up as area 64 square metres.
Answered by Janice Cotcher.
Diagonals of a rectangular grid 2007-02-21
From matthew:
in a rectangular grid 3600x288 (or any large rectangle with an even number of units) how can I determine the number of vertices a diagonal line will pass through?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom.
Lines on an oscilloscope screen 2000-06-20
From Janis Watson:
What are the proper names for the vertical and horizontal lines on a graph? I am trying to explain an oscilloscope screen, and I don't know what to call these, except "vertical lines" and "horizontal lines."
Answered by Penny Nom.



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