Q: Application problem a piece of wire was cut into 2 pieces in the ratio 7 8 the shorter piece was 14cm find the length of the longer pieces?

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Yes, the length of a pendulum affects its swing. The oscillation will be longer with a longer length and shorter with a shorter length.

Shorter.

When length gets longer the area will be larger. As the length gets shorter the area will be smaller.

A longer pendulum will have a smaller frequency than a shorter pendulum.

The length of the median is halfway between that of the bases. Since the difference between the the longer base and the median is 4 yards (22 - 18), the shorter base must be 4 yards shorter than the median, or 18 - 4, which is indeed 14 yards.Answer 114 yards.

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Yes, the length of a pendulum affects its swing. The oscillation will be longer with a longer length and shorter with a shorter length.

Either of the longer and shorter sides, but the length is usually the longer side and width is usually the shorter side.

Shorter.

A candle. As it burns, it gets shorter in length but longer in wax height.

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The length of the longer leg of a right triangle is 3ftmore than three times the length of the shorter leg. The length of the hypotenuse is 4ftmore than three times the length of the shorter leg. Find the side lengths of the triangle.

shorter side = 10 longer side = 19

It is the same as for a rectangle, the length of the shorter side x the length of the longer side

It is neither longer nor shorter. Since there are no units of measurement, neither number is a length and so neither can be longer (nor shorter).

When length gets longer the area will be larger. As the length gets shorter the area will be smaller.

A lens with a shorter focal length will bend a light ray more, while a lens with a longer focal length will bend it less. The strength of a lens is inversely proportional to its focal length - shorter focal lengths result in stronger bending of light rays.