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  • Imperial Units and Rate

    2. Find three consecutive integers whose sum is 378. 4. Each equal side of an isosceles triangle is 3 inches longer than the base. The perimeter of the triangle is 2 feet. Find the length of its base. 6. The width of a rectangle is 9 inches. The length is 1 inch shorter than the diagonal. Find the length of the diagonal. 8. A sum of $2.45 is composed of nickels and quarters‚ there being twice as many as nickels as quarters. How many quarters

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  • Imperial Units and Optic Calculator Program

    PT1420 - Unit 2 Homework and Lab Assignment Unit 2 Assignment 1: Homework (material from Chapter 2of your text book) 1.) What is pseudocode? A.) Pseudocode is when you pre write a program in your own type of language to lay it out 2.) Computer programs typically perform what 3 steps. A.)Input‚ Process‚ Output. 3.) What 2 things must you normally specify in a variable declaration. A.)Type‚ Identifier. 4.) Write assignment statements that perform the following operations with the variables

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  • Imperial Units and Floor Space

    possible solution. However‚ each problem is unique. This requires an overall understanding of how to set these up. You need to buy some filing cabinets. You know that Cabinet X costs $10 per unit‚ requires six square feet of floor space‚ and holds eight cubic feet of files. Cabinet Y costs $20 per unit‚ requires eight square feet of floor space‚ and holds twelve cubic feet of files. You have been given $140 for this purchase‚ though you don’t have to spend that much. The office has room for no

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  • Imperial Units and Ounces C. Solve

    MATH10 ON-LINE ACTIVITY # 1 Name: 1.__________________________________ COURSE/SECTION _______ 2.__________________________________ DATE __________________ Answer the following problems correctly. Provide your complete solution and enclosed in a box your final answer. A. Find the solution set of the following equations: 1. 2t-7=3 2. x2-2x-5=x+1 3. 3x-5=7-3x+2 4. 8-2x-3-2x=2 B. Find the ratio of the quantities: a. 32 days to 150 hours

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  • Imperial Units and Technology Math Trialsput

    ENGT 1000 Intro to Technology MATH TRIALS|Put answers on a paper and turn it in at the next class.| 1. Mr. Brown went grocery shopping to buy meat for his annual office picnic. He bought 7 ¾ pounds of hamburger‚ 17.85 pounds of chicken‚ and 6 ½ pounds of steak. How many pounds of meat did Mr. Brown buy?a) 21.10 b) 22.10 c) 26.25d) 31.31 e) 32.10|6. The diagram (right) shows a pasture which is fenced in. All but one section of fence runs straight north-south or east-west. Consecutive

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  • UNIT 2

    PT1420 - Unit 2 Homework and Lab Assignment Unit 2 Assignment 1: Homework (material from Chapter 2of your text book) 1.) What is pseudocode? An informal language used to develop a programs design 2.) Computer programs typically perform what 3 steps. Input‚ Processing‚ and Output 3.) What 2 things must you normally specify in a variable declaration. Variable name and data type 4.) Write assignment statements that perform the following operations with the variables a‚ b‚ and c: a. Adds 2 to a and

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  • Unit Conversions

    VOLUME 1 gal =3.785 L 1 gal =3785 mL 1 qt = 937.5 mL 1 gal =4 pt 1qt =2 pints 1 ml =20 drops 1 tsp = 4.5 mL 1tbsp =15 Ml 1L =1.06 qt TEMPERATURE °F = (°C × 9⁄5) + 32 °C = (°F − 32) × 5⁄9 °C = K − 273 K= °C + 273 OTHERS 1 g =1 cm3 1000 kg =1m3 1 g =1 ml VOLUME 1 gal =3.785 L 1 gal =3785 mL 1 qt = 937.5 mL 1 gal =4 pt 1qt =2 pints 1 ml =20 drops 1 tsp = 4.5 mL 1tbsp =15 Ml 1L =1.06 qt TEMPERATURE °F = (°C × 9⁄5) + 32 °C = (°F − 32) × 5⁄9 °C = K − 273 K= °C

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  • Imperial System Research Paper

    The Imperial System is one of many things holding back the world from complete unison. The US is the only country now that hasn’t begun switching to the Metric System. The Metric System is more logical and is easier to use than the Metric System. It causes many problems with the rest of the world. The US should switch to the metric system because all units logically fit into each other and more countries use it than the Imperial System which forces car manufactures and maps to display both systems

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  • How to Build a Cape Cod Chair

    It’s a chair you can sit comfortably in‚ kick back and relax. Measurements The dimensions given in this project are in both imperial (inches) and metric (mm). Throughout the script‚ the imperial measurements are given first‚ followed by the metric measurements in brackets ( ). For example: 2" x 4" (100mm x 50mm). Note that most countries that use the imperial system generally call the smaller numeral first‚ for example: 2" x 4" (2 inches by 4 inches). Most countries that use the metric

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  • charcoal polish

    nigrosene (generically‚ a black dye made from oxidised aniline) was domestically procurable in the 1940s. Note that the above recipe uses potassium carbonate (potash) whereas the following recipe uses potassium bicarbonate‚ which is not potash. Imperial Measures are in brackets.Home-made shoe polish Neutral Colour Shoe Polish To make a neutral-colour‚ home-made shoe polish‚ you would need: Soap flakes 30 g (1 oz) Potassium carbonate 15 g (0.5 oz) (Obtain from chemist/pharmacist)

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