Find the radius of a minor sector of a circle with perimeter 14cm and area 10cm^2. Then find the radius of a major sector of a circle with perimeter 14cm and area 10cm^2.

Find the radius of a minor sector of a circle with perimeter 14cm and area 10cm^2. Then find the radius of a major sector of a circle with perimeter 14cm and area 10cm^2.

i'm not sure how to do this question. pls help!

Use the Midpoint Rule to approximate the area under the curve f(x)=x^2-3x+6 from x=4 to x=24. Use 5 rectangles to find your approximation. Answer= ---

What is the area of the largest equilateral triangle which fits inside a square of side a?

Use the limit process to find The area of the region between f(x)=x^2-x and the x-axis on the interval [1,3]

Use the limit process to find the area of the region between f(x)= x+3 and the x-axis on the interval [0,4] please show all work

how do i find the area

The interior angle of a regular polygon measures 150 degrees. How many sides does this polygon have?

How do i solve this?

A=L*W If the length of a rectangle is four times as large as the width. its area is 100 square inches find the width and length of the rectangle?

The triangle gives the base and the hypotenuse, how do i find the height using a^2 + b^2 + c^2?????

Length, breadth, and the height of a cuboid is is 12cm, 10cm,6cm. Find the total area of the cuboid.

So this question is to help me with an edexcel question so answer it really quick.

This is done on a graph

I need this for school and Iam doing this description because I have too.

A circle = __________ in^2

The are of a box top is 63 sq. In. The length of box is 9 ft. What is the width?

The two shorter sides and one of the longer sides have a 2-foot wide walking path the garden. Create a function A, where (Ax) represents the total area covered by the garden and the walking path given...

A fence was built around a square garden. The fence cost $4.50 per foot, and the fence has a 2 foot long gate that cost $7.00. Of the total cost of the fence was $232, what is the length of each side...

as wide, twice as long, and twice as high? Please explain in 7th grade terms.

I'm trying to solve this,please help

A. 3 feet B. 6 feet C. 7 feet D. 12 feet