Diane, I'm sure you were given formulas for these quantities. Here they are again (π is the Greek letter pi): C (circle) = 2 π r A (circle) = π r2 V (cylinder) = At = π r2 t Just plug in your values and round appropriately.
Diane, I'm sure you were given formulas for these quantities. Here they are again (π is the Greek letter pi): C (circle) = 2 π r A (circle) = π r2 V (cylinder) = At = π r2 t Just plug in your values and round appropriately.
This rate is the ratio of the number of incomplete records and the number of discharges for the period. rate = # incomplete / # discharges = 234 / 1051
This looks like it should be a double-angle rule: sin(2x) = 2 sin x cos x The double-angle rules derive from the sum formulas sin (a + b) = sin a cos b + cos a sin b and cos (a + b) = cos a cos b - sin a sin b by setting b = a sin...
Delinquent record rate = # delinquent records / total discharges = 561 / (3 * 1700) ...
This is an exercise in understanding, so it isn't truly a math problem. In my mind, the obvious fill-in is "panic". Don't panic when you see the term "function". I would extend that to Don't panic over any concept in math. Panicking doesn't help you understand...
Factoring polynomials is a matter of recognizing patterns, that is, common factors, and that takes practice, practice, practice. Here are two ways to factor this polynomial: f(x) = x3 + 3x2 – x – 3 = (x + 3) x2 – 1 * (x + 3) ...