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Q: What is 5(m-2) - m(m-2)?

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5,000 i got it right on my homework two days ago!Formulae needed:area_circle = π x radius2radius = diameter ÷ 2circumference = 2 x π x radius ⇒ radius = circumference ÷ (2 x π)What do you mean by a 100 mm circle?Radius = 100 mmarea = π x radius2 = π x (100 mm)2= 10000π mm2≈ 31415.93 mm2Diameter = 100 mmradius = diameter ÷ 2 = 100 mm ÷ 2= 50 mmarea = π x radius2= π x (50 mm)2= 2500π mm2≈ 7853.98 mm2Circumference = 100 mmradius = circumference ÷ (2 x π) = 100 mm ÷ (2 x π)= 50/π mmarea = π x radius2= π x (50/π mm)2= 2500/π mm2≈ 795.77 mm2

If the perimeter is 76, then the length of a side is (76/4) = 19 mm.The area is the square of the length of a side = (19)2 = 361 mm2

Area = Length times width.We know the length, but not the width. We can solve for it using 2l + 2w = p.(l = length, w = width, p = perimeter)This gives us 2(40.4) + 2w = 126.6.Solving for w gives us w = 22.9A = lw, so area = (40.4)(22.9), which is 925.16 mm2.

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Square millimeters. It should actually be written as mm2, rather than mm2.

0.16 m2 = 160,000 mm2

5m2 - 17m + 12 = 0âˆ´ 5m2 - 5m - 12m + 12 = 0âˆ´ 5m(m - 1) - 12(m - 1) = 0âˆ´ (5m - 12)(m - 1) = 0âˆ´ m âˆˆ {1, 12/5}

The GCF is 5m2

Divide mm2 by 100 to get cm2.

No it does not round to

1 cm = 10 mm so 1 cm2 = 10*10 mm2 So 80.2 cm2 = 80.2 * 100 mm2 = 8020 mm2

cm2 = (10mm)2= 100 mm2.

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