Laura DiBiase Homework 9 2/22/2011 1. If the distance of the two road signs was 18,003.5 feet it was to be rounded to the nearest 10 feet, it would round to 18,000 feet. This is because 18,003.5 even
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Laura DiBiase To find the area of this figure, I would double it. Since the height is 1 inch, I would double it and it would thus be 2 inches. Then I would cut it in half, and move the top
Laura DiBiase January 30, 2011 Homework 3 1. Begin walking fifty paces. Make a 60 turn to the right and walk another fifty paces. Make another 60 turn to the right. Walk another fifty paces and make a
Min Jeong Shon
MATH2001
Professor Anne Marie Marshall
August 25, 2012
Chapter 10, Section 1 (Visualization)
2. Figure 10.7 shows a waning (getting smaller) moon since the moon is in the middle of the
Min Jeong Shon
MATH2001
Professor Anne Marie Marshall
September 6, 2012
Chapter 10, Section 5 (Triangles, Quadrilaterals, and Other Polygons)
1. a. Have four pieces of string that are equal in length.
Min Jeong Shon
MATH2001
Professor Anne Marie Marshall
August 31, 2012
Chapter 10, Section 3 (Angles and Phenomena in the World)
1. a. Point A makes 30 degrees, point B makes 60 degrees, and point C ma
Min Jeong Shon
MATH2001
Professor Anne Marie Marshall
September 21, 2012
Chapter 11, Section 2 (Length, Area, Volume, and Dimension)
2. One Dimensional: The length of the car (from the headlight to th
Min Jeong Shon
MATH2001
Professor Anne Marie Marshall
September 14, 2012
Chapter 11, Section 1 (Measurement)
1. a. Meter:
 The size of the room (ex. 5 m x 6 m)
 Bed
b. Gram:
 Sugar (for cooking)
