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Dec 02, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

you have a rectangle of of 75 X by16 and you have 4 of those rectangles so multiply 75 X 16 and then multiply the sum by 4

then you have the ends which are squares of 16 X 16 so multiply 16 X 16 Nd then multiply the sum by 2

then add the 2 sums together to get the total square inches of the surface of the object

now one square inch =.00694 square feet so multiply the total sum by .00694 to get the area in square feet

grade 4 maths really

then you have the ends which are squares of 16 X 16 so multiply 16 X 16 Nd then multiply the sum by 2

then add the 2 sums together to get the total square inches of the surface of the object

now one square inch =.00694 square feet so multiply the total sum by .00694 to get the area in square feet

grade 4 maths really

Jan 04, 2017 | Office Equipment & Supplies

sorry we do not do peoples homework here on FIXYA .

Dec 14, 2016 | Miscellaneous

Volume of tetrahedron with edge length a is a^3/12 * sqrt(2).

For a = 10 m, you'll get

V = 10m * 10m * 10m / 12 * sqrt(2) = 117.851 m^3.

Surface area is

A = a^2 * sqrt(3) = 10m * 10m * sqrt(3) = 173,205m^2.

For a = 10 m, you'll get

V = 10m * 10m * 10m / 12 * sqrt(2) = 117.851 m^3.

Surface area is

A = a^2 * sqrt(3) = 10m * 10m * sqrt(3) = 173,205m^2.

Mar 13, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

If that is a **right rectangular prism**

Volume =14*12*3 c.f.

For the area here is the formula.

Total area of right rectangular prism =**2*A_b +P_b*h**

**A_b**= area of base (take 14*12 feet squares)

**P_b** is perimeter of base (14+12)*2 =52 ft.

**h** is the height (3 ft)

Lateral area =P_b*h=52*3 feet square

Add all areas.

Volume =14*12*3 c.f.

For the area here is the formula.

Total area of right rectangular prism =

Lateral area =P_b*h=52*3 feet square

Add all areas.

Mar 05, 2013 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

Total Surface Area

The total surface area is made up of three pairs of sides for a total of six sides.

We must find Areahw, which is the area of the side that is h by w.

Areahw = (h)(w)

We must find Areahl, which is the area of the side that is h by l.

Areahl = (h)(l)

We must find Areawl, which is the area of the side that is w by l.

Areawl = (w)(l)

Each of the above areas are present on two sides of the box. So, the total surface area is sum of twice each of these areas, that is:

Total Surface Area = 2(Areahw) + 2(Areahl) + 2(Areawl)

Example:

Let h = 3 cm, w = 5 cm, l = 8 cm

Areahw = (h)(w) = (3 cm)(5 cm) = 15 cm2

Areahl = (h)(l) = (3 cm)(8 cm) = 24 cm2

Areawl = (w)(l) = (5 cm)(8 cm) = 40 cm2

Total Surface Area = 2(Areahw) + 2(Areahl) + 2(Areawl)

Total Surface Area = 2(15 cm2) + 2(24 cm2) + 2(40 cm2)

Total Surface Area = 30 cm2 + 48 cm2 + 80 cm2

Total Surface Area = 158 cm2

Aug 04, 2011 | Computers & Internet

There isn't a single formula for solids of different shapes.
For a right solid with a rectangular base - volume is base area x height
Similarly for cylinder with a circular base - volume = base area x height (base area in this case is Pi x radius2).
For a sphere - volume = 4/3 x Pi x radius3

Jul 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Sorry but after I finished the post I noticed that the questuin is for the Casio FX0115ES while I decribed the calculator part for the TI84PLUS. However, the procedure is valid for any calculator that can generate a table from a given function. You should be able to implement it on the Casio. Just read the part that tells you how to create a table from a function: You should look at MODE TABLE

V=Pi*(r^2)*h

which gives h=V/(Pi*r^2)

Take this expression for h and substitute in the expression for the total surface. This gives (after simplifications)

S=2*Pi*r^2 +2*V/r

Open the table setup editor (Read your manual for the Casio)

Press [2nd][WINDOW] to access the Tabble setup

Set table start =2

Set DeltaTbl=0.05 (You can take a smaller value if you want)

Set Indepnt to Auto

Set Depend to Auto

Press [2nd][QUIT] to return to main calculator screen

Open the [Y=] editor

Enter the expression for the surface above as Y1=, using X as variable Y1= 2*Pi*X^2 +2*375/X

Press [2nd][GRAPH] to create the (table)

This part is not calculator-specific

Display the table and, scroll down examining the Y1 values.

Find the value of X (ie r) where the Y1 value is the smallest.

The value of X (r) you read to the left of of the minimum value of Y1 is in centimeters (because 375 mL= 375 cm^3)

The r-value that minimizes the surface should be around 3.90cm

Substitute this value for r in the expression for h above, calculate the value of h.

V=Pi*(r^2)*h

which gives h=V/(Pi*r^2)

Take this expression for h and substitute in the expression for the total surface. This gives (after simplifications)

S=2*Pi*r^2 +2*V/r

Open the table setup editor (Read your manual for the Casio)

Press [2nd][WINDOW] to access the Tabble setup

Set table start =2

Set DeltaTbl=0.05 (You can take a smaller value if you want)

Set Indepnt to Auto

Set Depend to Auto

Press [2nd][QUIT] to return to main calculator screen

Open the [Y=] editor

Enter the expression for the surface above as Y1=, using X as variable Y1= 2*Pi*X^2 +2*375/X

Press [2nd][GRAPH] to create the (table)

This part is not calculator-specific

Display the table and, scroll down examining the Y1 values.

Find the value of X (ie r) where the Y1 value is the smallest.

The value of X (r) you read to the left of of the minimum value of Y1 is in centimeters (because 375 mL= 375 cm^3)

The r-value that minimizes the surface should be around 3.90cm

Substitute this value for r in the expression for h above, calculate the value of h.

May 09, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Auxiliary Cooling Fan Circuit Fuses

Fuse 16 is 5 amps located in front power distribution box under hood, drivers side near rear of engine compartment.

Fuse 41 (ex. M44 w/man. trans) is 30 amp (probably not your car) in front power distribution box

Fuse 48 (M44 w/man. trans only) is 40 amp (The auxiliary fuse box in trunk for E36 is on the right side of trunk behind the trim panel.)

Fuse 16 is 5 amps located in front power distribution box under hood, drivers side near rear of engine compartment.

Fuse 41 (ex. M44 w/man. trans) is 30 amp (probably not your car) in front power distribution box

Fuse 48 (M44 w/man. trans only) is 40 amp (The auxiliary fuse box in trunk for E36 is on the right side of trunk behind the trim panel.)

Apr 25, 2009 | 1996 BMW 318

The following table shows the total prize money recieved in 2007 to date for each of 31 seeded male players at this year's wimbledon. The amounts shown are to the nearest u$100,000

27 33 7 16 9 8 7 3 4 6

4 6 7 7 4 5 3 4 4 2

7 3 6 5 2 3 4 3 3 2

Question?

Calculate the five figure summary of the total prize money recieved?

27 33 7 16 9 8 7 3 4 6

4 6 7 7 4 5 3 4 4 2

7 3 6 5 2 3 4 3 3 2

Question?

Calculate the five figure summary of the total prize money recieved?

Sep 18, 2007 | Sharp EL-500LB Calculator

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