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8 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            Rods,poles and perches 2018-05-13 From roy:i have some land and its measured in rods poles and perches how cann i convert to understand it moreAnswered by Penny Nom.     More than half of the people said... 2013-08-26 From Lucy:Hi, The question is: Samoa 23% Brazil 41% Sri Lanka 52% Senegal 39% Armenia 37% Croatia 20% Why is the following statement true for the data above: More than half of the people said they were interested in Sri Lanka. The reason I don't understand the problem is that because the percentages add up to be greater than 100%, that means that the 500 people(as stated in the question) who participated in the survey got to pick more than once. Therefore, it is not 52% out of 100% anymore. Thanks for taking the time to answer my question.Answered by Robert Dawson.     The area of a piece of property 2008-01-05 From Greg:I need to know the area of a six sided piece of property. I sent a map by regular mail.Answered by Harley Weston.     Area of a 17-sided lot 2007-11-21 From Lynda:My uncle is wanting to buy this piece of land [a 17-sided polygon] but we are questioning the acerage total. the measurements are [on the attached diagram].Answered by Stephen La Rocque.     The area of an irregular pentagon 2007-03-26 From grace:hi I am doing graphics and need to find the area of the section given to us (it is just drawn). the sides measure 15m, 35.4m, 5m, 17.8m, 35.7m. the angle between the 15m side and the 35.4m side is 17degrees, the angle between the 35.4m side and the 5m side is 73degrees. the angle between the 5m side and the 17.8m side is 151degrees, the angle between the 17.8m side and the 35.7m side is 90degrees and the angle between the 35.7m side and the 15m side is 95degrees. if you could tell me the area i would be extremely grateful. thanks very much.Answered by Penny Nom.     A survey of 9 independent questions 2007-03-09 From Sueheir:I have a survey of 9 independent questions. Each of the 9 questions has the following answers (Good, average, poor) occurring equally likely. How many different combinations of answers do I have ? What is the probability of each combination? how many similar combinations do I have?... thanks a lot!Answered by Penny Nom.     Irregular multi sided polygon 2007-01-20 From Graham:I have an irregular polygon. I know the length of all the sides and know approximately all the internal angles. Is there a formula or table that can calculate the area for me?Answered by Steve La Rocque, Chris Fisher and Penny Nom.     Column doesn't add up to 100% 2001-10-17 From A student:why don't some tables I'm studying in a column add up to 100%? Example: N=338, but responses to questions asked in survey I'm studying equal of 24.3, 9.8, 43.8, DON'T add up to 100%. I'm assuming that some people surveyed out of the 338 didn't bother responding, but is there another problem related to proportion or ratio being used, but improperly labeled on graph?. Note at bottom of table says: "number in parenthesis are numbers of cases" and 338 was in parentheses. I'm lost.Answered by Penny Nom.      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français