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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Hi Jacqueline:

A rectangle has four sides, the lengths of the opposite sides are equal, and the corners are right angles.

The perimeter is the distance around the outside edge, so it would be twice the length plus twice the width.

2 times 5 = 10 feet

2 times 6 = 12 feet

10 plus 12 = 22 feet

What is important is to understand the question.

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A rectangle has four sides, the lengths of the opposite sides are equal, and the corners are right angles.

The perimeter is the distance around the outside edge, so it would be twice the length plus twice the width.

2 times 5 = 10 feet

2 times 6 = 12 feet

10 plus 12 = 22 feet

What is important is to understand the question.

If you need help with the course, get back to me.

Cheerfuls!

May 13, 2015 | Computers & Internet

The upstream on bank 2, which is the opposite of bank 1. Bank 1 is the side with the number 1 cylinder. Downstream oxygen sensors (after the cat converter) are always sensor 2, as in Bank 2, sensor 2.

Mar 19, 2015 | Saturn Cars & Trucks

Bank 1 is always the same side as the number one cylinder. Bank two is the opposite side of the engine. Sensor 1 is always before the catalytic converter. Sensor 2 is always after the catalytic converter.

Feb 19, 2015 | Pontiac Cars & Trucks

The following should give a good idea what is. HINT: It is 12 linear inches.

Linear feet (often called Lineal feet) are the same as regular feet. No conversion is necessary. If something is 6 linear feet tall, it is 6 feet tall.

It should be noted, that the correct term is Linear, since Lineal refers to a line of ancestry, not to length.

There are times when the term Linear is used, and times when it is not. I'll give some examples of them.

First a definition. Linear means "a straight line" so a straight line from point A to point B is the linear distance.

One example would be... It is 2200 linear miles from Seattle to Washington DC. But if you were to drive from Seattle to Washington DC, you would have to drive 2700 miles. The linear distance is a straight line from point A to point B, and Freeways rarely are straight.

Another good example would be boards, wire fencing, and rolls of cloth, all of which are often sold in linear feet. That just means they are not taking the width into account. If you bought 100 linear feet of lumber, laying them down end to end would stretch for 100 feet, it wouldn't matter how wide the boards were. If you were to multiply the width of the board, or the width of the roll of cloth, times the linear length, you would get the area.

The same applies for linear yards, linear meters, etc

Linear feet (often called Lineal feet) are the same as regular feet. No conversion is necessary. If something is 6 linear feet tall, it is 6 feet tall.

It should be noted, that the correct term is Linear, since Lineal refers to a line of ancestry, not to length.

There are times when the term Linear is used, and times when it is not. I'll give some examples of them.

First a definition. Linear means "a straight line" so a straight line from point A to point B is the linear distance.

One example would be... It is 2200 linear miles from Seattle to Washington DC. But if you were to drive from Seattle to Washington DC, you would have to drive 2700 miles. The linear distance is a straight line from point A to point B, and Freeways rarely are straight.

Another good example would be boards, wire fencing, and rolls of cloth, all of which are often sold in linear feet. That just means they are not taking the width into account. If you bought 100 linear feet of lumber, laying them down end to end would stretch for 100 feet, it wouldn't matter how wide the boards were. If you were to multiply the width of the board, or the width of the roll of cloth, times the linear length, you would get the area.

The same applies for linear yards, linear meters, etc

Jan 12, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Take round feet and cut off opposite and perpendicular sides.. Voala!

Kidding. measure length and width and in feet. Note 12 inches = 1 foot.

Kidding. measure length and width and in feet. Note 12 inches = 1 foot.

Jan 29, 2014 | Computers & Internet

Ok, up stream means close to the engine, down stream would be close to the catalytic converter. Bank one is with no 1 cylinder bank 2 is opposite side of engine. If you stand directly to the side of the engine and look across you will see that one of your cylinder heads protrudes more than the other, this will be bank one and the one staggered back is bank two.

Apr 28, 2013 | Kia Sedona Cars & Trucks

The answer depends whether C is directly opposite from A, or directly opposite from B, or is directly opposite from the mid-point from AB.

Oct 07, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium...

Given AC = 2675 feet

ð XAC= 14 degree

Therefore ð ACB = 14

Now Sin C= AB/AC

AB = AC . Sin C

AB = 2675 * Sin 14 feet

AB = 2675 * 0.241922 feet

AB = 647.1411 feet

ð XAC= 14 degree

Therefore ð ACB = 14

Now Sin C= AB/AC

AB = AC . Sin C

AB = 2675 * Sin 14 feet

AB = 2675 * 0.241922 feet

AB = 647.1411 feet

Jan 02, 2009 | Super Tutor Trigonometry (ESDTRIG) for PC

PA = 7 meters

ð A=600

Given Tan 60 = 1.732

Tan A = TP/AP

TP=AP*Tan A

TP = 7 * Tan 60

TP = 7 * 1.732 Meters

TP = 12.12436 meters

Zulfikar Ali

Aug 05, 2008 | Super Tutor Trigonometry (ESDTRIG) for PC

Sep 26, 2017 | Radio Shack Computers & Internet

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