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Classroom Connections – Chapter 13
(28pts)
•These problems are to be worked VERY NEATLY with a LOT of explanation, proper grammar,
and
correct mathematical notation.
•Responses can be typed or handwritten (preferably in PENCIL).
•Please work one problem per page and staple the pages together before turning them in.
PROBLEM #1
A student would like to know if you can form a triangle with sides of 20cm, 30cm, and 60cm.
How would you respond?
PROBLEM #2
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A rectangular plot of land is to be seeded with grass.
If the plot is 22m x 28m and one bag of seed is
needed for
85 m
2
of land, how many bags of seed are needed?
(work this problem stepbystep)
PROBLEM #3
Larry and Gary are discussing whose garden has the most area.
Larry claims that all they have to do is
walk around the two gardens to get the perimeter and the one with the greatest perimeter has the greatest
area.
How would you respond?
(hint:
include a drawing)
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course MATH 1351 taught by Professor Lisajuliano during the Spring '12 term at Collins.
 Spring '12
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 Math

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