• ## A(n) _____ that is perpendicular to a chord bisects the chord. radius chord angle diameter

A(n) _____ that is perpendicular to a chord bisects the chord. radius chord angle diameter

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• ## Calculate the length of the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 4cm

Answer with explanation: Regular hexagon A B C DEF is  inscribed in a circle having center O.The meaning of regular Hexagon is that all it’s interior angle as well as Exterior angle are equal as well as all it’s sides are equal. We have to prove that, ΔFBD is equilateral. →To prove this we will

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• ## A circular plate of 500-mm diameter is maintained at T1 = 600 K and is positioned coaxial to a conical shape. The back side of the cone is well insulated. The plate and the cone, whose surfaces are black, are located in a large, evacuated enclosure whose walls are at 300 K. (a) What is the temperature of the conical surface, T2? (b) What is the electrical power that would be required to maintain the circular plate at 600K?

A circular plate of 500-mm diameter is maintained at T1 = 600 K and is positioned coaxial to a conical shape. The back side of the cone is well insulated. The plate and the cone, whose surfaces are black, are located in a large, evacuated enclosure whose walls are at 300 K. (a) What is

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• ## A circular plate of 500-mm diameter is maintained at T1 = 600 K and is positioned coaxial to a conical shape. The back side of the cone is well insulated. The plate and the cone, whose surfaces are black, are located in a large, evacuated enclosure whose walls are at 300 K. (a) What is the temperature of the conical surface, T2? (b) What is the electrical power that would be required to maintain the circular plate at 600K?

A circular plate of 500-mm diameter is maintained at T1 = 600 K and is positioned coaxial to a conical shape. The back side of the cone is well insulated. The plate and the cone, whose surfaces are black, are located in a large, evacuated enclosure whose walls are at 300 K. (a) What is

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• ## PLEASE HELP ME, ASAPWILL FAN AND MEDAL A cylinder and a cone have the same diameter: 8 inches. The height of the cylinder is 3 inches. The height of the cone is 18 inches. Use π = 3.14. What is the relationship between the volume of this cylinder and this cone? Explain your answer by determining the volume of each and comparing them. Show all your work.

Identity: sec^2(x) = 1 + tan^2(x) => tan^2(x) = sec^2 (x) – 1 sec(x) = √

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• ## A shipment of marbles with a mean diameter of 27 mm and a standard deviation of 0.15 mm is normally distributed. By how many standard deviations does a marble with a diameter of 26.85 mm differ from the mean? 0 0.15 1 2

The answer is spray x: 10, spray y: 5, spray z: 12 a – number of gallons of chemical Ab – number of gallons of chemical Bc – number of gallons of chemical C x – number of gallons of spray xy – number of gallons of spray yz – number of gallons of spray z CHEMICAL

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• ## Given that the heights and the volumes of the two solids are equivalent, find the diameter of the cylinder. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. A. 2.13 B. 2.31 C. 4.17 D. 4.27

A.) If Lucy sells 1 necklace, her sales would equal to \$15.99. Then her profit would be: Profit = \$15.99 – \$3.38(1) – \$5.57(1)Profit = \$7.04 The fraction of the sale price of the necklace in profit is denoted as x. 15.99x = 7.04x = 704/1559 b.) This is the same as part (a) but in

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• ## Find the area of the shaded region enclosed in a semicircle of diameter 8 centimeters. The length of the chord AB is 6 centimeters. Answer to 2 decimal places. (Hint: Triangle ABC is a right triangle.) put in cm^2

Let x = price for each cake and y = price of each pie in dollars. We can get two equations out of the data. One from the Friday set, the other from the Saturday set. Then, we subtract both equations. The difference would be: -20y = -160y = -160 ÷ -20y = \$8 Finally, we

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• ## What is the volume of a sphere with a diameter of 12 inches? use 3.14 for pi round your answer to the nearest hundredth

So to solve this, it would be best to make an inequality and solve it real quickly c = number of copies of the book 6.75c >/= 725000 + 0.55c to write this inequality you want to include all of your costs on one side and all of your profits on the other. the company

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