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4
¬
5
x
LM
5
2
x
1
3
LM
5
2(4)
1
3
5
8
1
3
LM
5
11
11.
B
w
C
w
>
C
w
D
w
because they both have length
10 inches.
B
w
E
w
>
E
w
D
w
because they both have length 8 inches.
B
w
A
w
>
D
w
A
w
because they both have length
14.4 inches.
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Practice and Apply
12.
Each inch on the ruler is divided into sixteenths.
Point
B
is closer to the 1
}
1
5
6
}
inch mark. Thus,
A
w
B
w
is about 1
}
1
5
6
}
inches long.
13.
The long marks on the ruler are centimeters, and
the shorter marks are millimeters. Point
D
is
closer to the 45millimeter mark. Thus,
C
w
D
w
is
about 45 millimeters or 4.5 centimeters long.
14.
The long marks on the ruler are centimeters, and
the shorter marks are millimeters. The right end
of the key is closer to the 33millimeter mark.
Thus, the key is about 33 millimeters or
3.3 centimeters long.
15.
Each inch on the ruler is divided into sixteenths.
The right tip of the paperclip is closer to the
1
}
1
4
6
}
inch mark. Thus, the paperclip is about 1
}
1
4
6
}
or 1
}
1
4
}
inches long.
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2011 for the course MAC 1140 taught by Professor Dr.zhan during the Fall '10 term at UNF.
 Fall '10
 Dr.Zhan
 Calculus, PreCalculus

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