If the car had not hit the fence, how much farther would it have skidded? solve the skid-distance formula to find the extra distance that the car would have traveled if it had not hit the fence. round your answer to two decimal places. note that unit conversion is built into the skid distance formula, so no unit conversions are needed.
answer:v = 420 mm³
the formula of a volume of a rectangular prism:
l - length
w - width
h - height
we have l = 10.4mm, w = 5mm, h = 8mm.
rule: never completely trust a diagram that comes with a geometry question. this is a case in point. the "tiny" square is actually much larger than the "larger" square.
if you are trying to find the length of the sides of the squares, the formula is
area = side^2
3025 = side^2
take the square root of both sides.
sqrt(3025) = sqrt(side^2)
to find the square root of 3025, do the following
type in 3025
type in =
you should get 55.
the second square is done the same way
and you should get 9.526
answer:pm =6 inpq = 12 in
ms = rs - rm
ms = 13 in - 4 in = 9 in
by the rules of crossing chords,
ms × mr = pm × qm
(9 in)(4 in) = pm² . . . qm = pm
pm = √(36 in²) = 6 in
pq = pm + qm = 2×pm = 12 in