Posted by John Titus some time ago
Is there a proper name for the solid geometric shape that is the opposite of an "hourglass" that is, a body of revolution (or cross section of a parallelepiped) that is narrow at the top, wide at the middle and narrow at the bottom?
Posted by lisaxaphona some time ago
Explain the purposes of inductive and deductive reasoning in mathematics. Be sure to define both inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning and describe how each can help you develop and prove theorems. HELP?
Posted by tanya some time ago
If AB and PQ are equal line segments, and if AB = 1/2 XY, and PQ = 1/2 LM, then LM = XY. Correct; we can prove this with the given information. Incorrect; we can not prove this with the given information.
Posted by mary ann some time ago
How does an environmental engineer use geometry in their job?
Posted by Anonymous some time ago
What is the slope of line y=3/4 x-1
Posted by maddienco some time ago
What are vertices?
Posted by Drublic some time ago
What are the four conic sections?
Posted by takefive some time ago
What is the formula to determine the shortest distance between two points on a sphere?
Posted by Anonymous some time ago
What is the radius of the largest sphere that can be placed inside a cube of volume 64?
Posted by Roaring some time ago
What is your favorite side of the mobius strip?
Posted by Surgeon General some time ago
In the equation y=mx+b, is x the x-intercept?
Posted by Keble Bolly-Jocksford some time ago
If you are going to measure the circumference of a circle, where do you think is the best place to begin?
Posted by Raju some time ago
How can you calculate the cicumference area of a oval tube?
Posted by m0ng00se some time ago
When proving that the angle subtended by the diameter of a circle is a right angle, is using the inscribed angle theorem in your reasoning appropriate? There's another way using radii and the ITT, but with the inscribed angle theorem it's only 2 lines.
Posted by Amandaynot some time ago
How many lbs of dog food can a 60 liter container hold
Posted by panic4me some time ago
What is the volume of a right rectangular prism with length 14 in., width 7 in., and height 6 in. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.
Posted by hudhud some time ago
Find the next to numbers in the sequence 5000,1000,200,40
Posted by keithold thanks all baggers some time ago
How many sides does a dodecagon have?
Posted by Johnny some time ago
The volume of a box is 357 inches what are some possible dimentions?
Posted by tammeran5656 some time ago
How do you find the volume of a box?
Posted by prisoner some time ago
Other than being known as the "Star of David", what is the [geometric] name for the 6-sided star?
Posted by alliance2k7 some time ago
You are planning a 3o-min radio program. you must include 3 min for public-service announcement and 9.5 min for commercials. The playing time for each music recording is about 2.5 min. About how many recordings should you plan to include?
Posted by horsey some time ago
A semicircle with diameter PQ sits on an isosceles triangle PQR to form a region shaped like a two-dimensional icecream cone. If A(theta) is the area of the semicircle and B(theta) is the area of the triangle, find lim(theta-->0^+) A(theta)/B(theta)?
Posted by amber some time ago
What is long and thick?
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