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3rd Grade math problem 2017-05-30
From Angela:
Following is a problem from my 3rd grader's homework assignment:
Solve. Draw a diagram to represent the situation.
Rachel has 20 one-inch beads. She wants to use all of them to make a square picture frame. What will be the length of each side?
Find Perimeter, Area, and Side Length

Answered by Penny Nom.
A picture in a frame 2012-01-10
From nnadozie:
a picture, which measures 46cm by 38cm, is surrounded by a frame, which is 2cm wide, find the area of the frame.
Answered by Penny Nom.
The width of a picture frame 2010-04-28
From Daniel:
The frame of a picture is 28 cm by 32 cm outside and is of uniform width. What is the width of the frame if 200 cm ^2 shows?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A circular photo in an octagonal frame 2010-01-13
From Mike:
I have a circle photo 18 and one quarter inches round. I want to cut frame for it in a octagon shape. What would the angle and the length of cut be?

Answered by Robert Dawson.
Trigonometry and picture hanging 2010-01-13
From george:
The top of a picture 1m high 0.8m from the ceiling. At a point on the ceiling directly in front of the picture, we wish to install a light so that the angle subtended by the picture equals to the angle of depression of the top of the picture. How far out from the wall should the light be installed?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A picture window 2005-11-14
From Marcos:
The length of a picture window is 2 feet longer than twice its width. If the diagonal of the window is 13 feet, find the dimensions of the window.
Answered by Penny Nom.



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