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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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geometry 101? (no really, is grade school math ,early)

area of a circle.

Area = pi time R squared.

pi is 3.14xxxxx (a non terminating decimal) google it.

my guess is you have a tank, (a noun skipped by you,right>?)

so what is the volume of a tank , you can google that.

its the air of the end cap (if not curved)

and times the lenght of the tank.

so calc. the area first.

then using the engineers tool book, (online or books)

you do area to gallons (sorry gren'go volume) or to cubic meters.

or what ever you want. even imperial gallons.,

this really is the best site on topic in the world on the net.

save the link for next time.

http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/volume-units-converter-d_1034.html

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'

http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/construction/tank.php

there is the math here.

2 pages, and you never need math, just punch in data...

a new world awaits...

area of a circle.

Area = pi time R squared.

pi is 3.14xxxxx (a non terminating decimal) google it.

my guess is you have a tank, (a noun skipped by you,right>?)

so what is the volume of a tank , you can google that.

its the air of the end cap (if not curved)

and times the lenght of the tank.

so calc. the area first.

then using the engineers tool book, (online or books)

you do area to gallons (sorry gren'go volume) or to cubic meters.

or what ever you want. even imperial gallons.,

this really is the best site on topic in the world on the net.

save the link for next time.

http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/volume-units-converter-d_1034.html

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'

http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/construction/tank.php

there is the math here.

2 pages, and you never need math, just punch in data...

a new world awaits...

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Contact the seller, call them and bug them 24/7 unill you get what you paid for.

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A biblio is a list of references that you used, and there is a standard format, see here

http://www.sac.sa.edu.au/Library/Library/Bibliography/bibliography.htm

I would not think you will need a long list, but it is good form to acknowledge the sources of your information, perhaps 2-3 textbooks and an encyclopaedia. A lot of teachers don't like Wikepedia as a reference.

http://www.sac.sa.edu.au/Library/Library/Bibliography/bibliography.htm

I would not think you will need a long list, but it is good form to acknowledge the sources of your information, perhaps 2-3 textbooks and an encyclopaedia. A lot of teachers don't like Wikepedia as a reference.

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please send me dsc maths previous question paper.. my mailid is

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Remember--Google is your friend.

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858 - 576 + 345 + 275 = 902

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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

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

Mar 06, 2010 | SuperTutor Homeworkhelp.Com Super Tutor...

Sounds like a high school math problem. Use a map that has time zones on it. (HINT: the date will be different).

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