Cards in this guide (25)

Area of trapezoid

A=h(b+B) divided by 2

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where A = area

h = vertical height

b and B are the lengths of the parallel sides.

Jack cut a piece of wood that was 8 feet long into two pieces one piece is three times as long as the other how long in the shorter piece of wood

Let x be the length measure of the shortest piece of wood, and
3x the length measure of the other piece of wood. So we have:

x + 3x = 8

4x = 8 divide by 4 to both sides;

x = 2

The length measure of the shortest piece of wood is 2.

How can 8 friends share 3 bags of candy and what would the fraction be

Each person will have 1/8 of each bag, and 3/8 from all bags of
candy.

Mary traveled 200 miles at an average rate of 50 miles per hour how long did it take her

A number plus twice the number is equal to three times the number

If a car can travel 108 miles on 12 gallons of gas how far will the car travel on 18 gallons of gas

It will be able to travel 162 miles...

The drama club needs 1000 to cover the cost of the production if the tickets are sold for a flat rate of 4 each how many tickets must be sold to cover the expenses

Mimi had 174 to buy tickets to a concert The adult tickets cost 10.50 and the student tickets cost 7.50 She bought 4 more student tickets than adult tickets How many student tickets did she buy

A track runner ran 315 feet in nine seconds what was his average speed in feet per second

315 feet in 9 seconds = about 35 feet per second.

Find three consecutive integers whose sum is 126

The integers are 41, 42 and 43. Also, using consecutive even integers, you find: 40, 42 and 44.

Find 2 consecutive odd integers that have a sum of 123

There is a set of two consecutive integers that have a sum of
123; one odd and one even. They are 61 and 62.

Bob took a trip on his motorcycle He averaged 55 miles per hour How far did he travel in nine hours

55 mph times 9 hours is 495 miles.

A ship is traveling at an average velocity of 28 miles per hour How far will the ship travel in two days

Darren can get to work in 30 minutes The speed limit is 35 mph but there are three stop lights With the traffic and lights he can average 30 mph How far is he from work

(30 mph) x (1/2 h) = 15 miles

Which statements would best describe Macbeth regarding the vision of the dagger

He has become a victim to the delusions of his confused mind

How do you work out area of a triangular prism

The area of such a prism is Bh/3, where B is the base area, and h is the height (perpendicular to the plane that contains the base area).

The area of such a prism is Bh/3, where B is the base area, and h is the height (perpendicular to the plane that contains the base area).

The area of such a prism is Bh/3, where B is the base area, and h is the height (perpendicular to the plane that contains the base area).

The area of such a prism is Bh/3, where B is the base area, and h is the height (perpendicular to the plane that contains the base area).

A conveyor belt carries filled bottles of milk to be packed The bottles are placed five feet apart on the belt If the belt is moving at a rate of two feet per second how many bottles will be packed

A plane flew nonstop from Dallas to Las Vegas in 4.5 hours The plane averaged 300 miles per hour How many miles did the plane fly

If Marcus flies from Chicago to Orange County at 560 mph and is in the air for 3 hours how many air miles has he traveled

(560 m/h) x (3 h) = 1,680 miles

A plane flew nonstop from Dallas to Las Vegas The distance was 1350 miles and the plane averaged 300 miles per hour How long was the plane in the air

Darren can be at work in 30 minutes The speed limit is 35 mph with three stop lights Therefore due to traffic he can only average 30 mph How far is he from work

The word sagacious as used in the passage most likely means which of the following

When all the students dropped their books at the same time a deafening silence commanded the room what literary technique is used in this sentence

This is a common literary technique called bad writing. If
everyone dropped their books at the same time, there would not be
silence. As for the technical term, "deafening silence" is an
oxymoron.

Who is Macbeth referring to in the underlined words in this reading passage The fiend

Which of these statements is a fact

The stanzas of a poem are mostly the same length and have the same pattern of rhyme and meter