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Timber ProjectMath 121Deonte B
IntroductionIn this project we were supposed to be a tree farmer and wanted to know howmuch lumber you could harvest from the land. Data was already collected and byusing the data we were supposed to determined different calculations based onthree types of lumber. These results were supposed to be the closest and mostaccurate to real-world application based on a small piece of land in order to knowhow much lumber one could put on the market
ResultsAreaS =73.4+63.4+35.52=172.32= 86.15A =86.15(86.1573.4)(86.1563.4)∗(86.1535.5)A =86.15(12.75)(22.75)∗(50.65)A = 1125.0276ft^2Radius of TreesSmall R =252π= 3.9789inMedium R =39.52π= 6.2866inLarge R =58.82π= 9.3583inHeight of TreesSmalltan(43°)=x46x = 42.89tan(3°)=x46x = 2.4142.89+2.41=45.30ftMediumtan(32°)=x85x = 53.11tan(2°)=x85x = 2.9653.11+2.96=56.07ftLargetan(37°
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Term
Winter
Professor
BRADLEY
Tags
Calculation, Tan, Acre

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