weight (American): oz (ounces), lbs (pounds), tons weight (metric): grams volume (American): tablespoon, teaspoon, oz (fluid ounces), cup, pint, quart, gallon volume (metric): litres or cubic centimeters (cc's) count.....? legth (American): inches, feet, yards, miles length...
Answers by Jane B.
how to solve for variables (answer)
(1/3)*(3.14)*2*sqrt(6)*4 = 20.5 Order of operations does not aply here since each factor is being multiplied.
If you can give an example from the book or worksheet, it will be much easier to answer your question. I also have not heard the term "6 moves long," but I think it might relate directly to a classroom activity, not necessarily a common math term.
Julie, you will see the term "counterexample" throughout the year. It means to provide an example that proves the hypothosis false. For example, "All bunnies have ears. Fluffy has ears. Therefore Fluffy is a bunny." The counterexample is that fluffy could be any animal with ears that is not a...
You can also learn the quadradic formula. It will never let you down, and you have to learn it eventually. :) Check out the video on you-tube for a memory trick/song. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnJT1ojHT28 (jingle bells tune)
converting feet into yards (answer)
Converting between units can be challenging because it doesn't really make sense. When you convert feet into yards, like Elisha said, you will DIVIDE BY 3. However, when you convert feet into inches, you will MULTIPLY BY 12. The part that confuses people is when to multiply and when to divide...
ajacent angles (answer)
I added a link to clarify "adjacent" angles, as well as other angle relationships. Hope that helps. (It has pictures and definitions.) http://www.mathsrevision.net/gcse/pages.php?page=17
pleas help me understand (answer)
2x - 3y = 10 + 3y + 3y (add 3y to both sides) 2x = 10 + 3y 2x/2 = 10/2 + 3y/2 (divide each coefficient by 2 to isolate x) X = 5 + 3/2 y (this is the SIMPLIFIED answer for X) ---or if you are solving for 'y'--- 2x -3y = 10 - 2x - 2x (minus 2x from...