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If a circle has a radius of 800 millimetres and a depth of 650 millimetres, what is the volume in metres cubed? and how much water would it take to fill it?


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area of a circle.
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my guess is you have a tank, (a noun skipped by you,right>?)
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if skipped JR high school, some did in my era. at 15 years old.
from area of circle to tank is JR high level facts,, back in 60s'
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http://www.sac.sa.edu.au/Library/Library/Bibliography/bibliography.htm

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(5x-15)+(3x+5)=180 angle a = (5x-15) degrees (obtuse) angle b = (3x+5) degrees (acute) both angles are supplementary to each other equaling 180 solving for x


Solve for x
5x+3x+(-15) + 5 becomes 8x-10=180
move 10 from left to right and you get8x190
8x = 190
x = 23.75
so the first angle is (5*23.75)-15 = 103.75
and the second angle is (3*23.75) +5 = 76.25

check by adding 76.25+103.75 = 180

Make sense? I love math, let me know it you need more help



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If the time at longitude 30 degree East is 4p.m, what is the time at a place longitude 15 degrees West


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