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  Question 110 ptsThere are three spherical considerationtops delay bisections of 5 ft, 7 ft, and 9 ft. Identify the area of each consideration top rounded to the direct tenth.<br>

There are three spherical considerationtops delay bisections of 5 ft, 7 ft, and 9 ft. Identify the area of each consideration top rounded to the direct tenth.

 

A1 ≈ 19.6 ft2A2 ≈ 38.5 ft2A3 = 63.6 ft2

 

A1 ≈ 78.5 ft2A2 ≈ 153.9 ft2A3 = 254.5 ft2

 

 

A1 ≈ 15.7 ft2A2 ≈ 22 ft2A3 = 28.3 ft2

 

A1 ≈ 31.4 ft2A2 ≈ 44 ft2A3 = 56.5 ft2

 

  Question 210 ptsUse a composite image to judge the area of the image. The grid has clears delay cause protractions of 1 cm.<br><img src="https://www.homeworkmarket.com/assessment_questions/5060/files/20994/download?verifier=4dp6UkdNpeYsdN6zfqAMKFwqCc11K9MOjE1foG5Z" alt="">

Use a composite image to judge the area of the image. The grid has clears delay cause protractions of 1 cm.
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about 21.8 cm2

 

about 52.8 cm2

 

 

about 28.1 cm2

 

about 38.7 cm2

 

  Question 310 pts<p>Identify the area of  <em>K</em> in provisions of <em>π</em>.<br><img src="https://www.homeworkmarket.com/assessment_questions/4970/files/20935/download?verifier=T6FuY0SDNPCjO572H5odC9J3OZNvIgQXQM0ymJmB" alt=""></p>

Identify the area of  K in provisions of π.
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K = 49π cm2

 

K = 7π cm2

 

 

K = 196π cm2

 

K = 14π cm2

 

  Question 410 pts<p>Identify the area of the image rounded to the direct tenth.<br><img src="https://www.homeworkmarket.com/assessment_questions/5047/files/20981/download?verifier=N8Hjhv7eA3Jx7xsqdFaL7oDBD2S3Y7BoXQFCkunm" alt=""></p>

Identify the area of the image rounded to the direct tenth.
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  Question 510 pts<p>Identify the area of a systematic octagon delay cause protraction 13 ft rounded to the direct tenth.</p>

Identify the area of a systematic octagon delay cause protraction 13 ft rounded to the direct tenth.

 

A ≈ 332.4 ft2

 

A ≈ 204 ft2

 

 

A ≈ 423.7 ft2

 

A ≈ 816 ft2

 

  Question 610 ptsSkip to investigation passage.

Janet is sharp a oasis in the fashion of a trapezoid which is splinter into three parts: two triangular gem beds and a across minority of grass. Setting up the gem beds costs $3.50 per clear bottom. How abundantly succeed Janet own to expend to set up the gem beds?
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  Question 710 ptsIdentify the area of a systematic hexagon delay cause protraction 17 in. rounded to the direct tenth.<br>

Identify the area of a systematic hexagon delay cause protraction 17 in. rounded to the direct tenth.

 

A ≈ 750.8 in2

 

A ≈ 3003.4 in2

 

 

A ≈ 187.7 in2

 

A ≈ 642.9 in2

 

  Question 810 ptsSkip to investigation passage.

Jimmy is planning to represent the portico of his issue that has a glass panel. Painting the portico costs $2.50 per clear bottom. How abundantly succeed he own to expend to represent the portico?
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  Question 910 ptsIdentify the bisection of &#8857;&nbsp;<em>Q</em> in which <i>A</i> = 169<em>&pi;</em> in<sup>2</sup>.<br>

Identify the bisection of  Q in which A = 169π in2.

 

d = 13π in.

 

d = 26 in.

 

 

d = 13 in.

 

d = 26π in.

 

  Question 1010 ptsIdentify the area of the image rounded to the direct tenth.<br><img src="https://www.homeworkmarket.com/assessment_questions/5049/files/20983/download?verifier=ELUsymrqEfD9n9u658AxE6CWJArctizboIdoG4rS" alt="">

Identify the area of the image rounded to the direct tenth.
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