Section 1.1
pp. 7-9
Exercises 10, 12, 32
10. In the number 456,719
(a) What digit tells the number of ten thousands?
(b) What digit tells the number of hundreds?
(a) 5
(b) 7
12. In the number 324,678,903
(a) What digit tells the number of millions?
(b) Wh
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Class Notes
Lecture 10.5
Problem 1:
Find the surface area and
volume of the given cube.
5 in
SA = 6s2
5 in
SA = 6(52)
5 in
SA = 6(25)
5 in
SA = 150 in2
150 in2
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V = S3
150 in2
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Geometry Formula Sheet
Geometric Formulas
b1 h h b b2 h B h l
A = 1 bh 2
A = 1 h(b1 + b2 ) 2
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r h
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