I do not understand most of these, Please help
To A
the area of the rhombus is
to find the area of the triangle use the formula (note, you have to find the height, use Pythagoras' theorem
got it?
do you know what a rhombus is? do you know the properties of a rhombus? see here
questions become easier when you know what you are dealing with
B is
but i think that's what you meant to type... right?
double check question C. something is wrong with it
D is correct
clarify question E, what exactly is raised to the 4th power?
To F.
the circumference of a circle is given by:
For circle R,
For circle S,
Thus, the ratio of the radius of S to the radius of R is:
4pir4, I think the r is to the 4th and to the 6th for 16pir6.
I have no clue about latex and there are no images with the other question
Here is how it looks after finding the symbols
Area of circle P is 4πr4 and area of circle Q is16πr6. Which is the ratio of a radius of Q to a radius of P
The last 4 and the 6 are the powers and I think they go with the r.
I want to thank you so much for this. You are GREAT! That just leaves A and C and I have tried to get them. I don't have any images for C just what I posted and those are the answers I can choose from. I think when I am trying to use the P theorem, I am putting the numbers in the wrong place in the formula for A.
i will look over C again and see if i can decipher what you want to say.
to A
see the diagram below:
Pythagoras theorem says: If the sides of a right-triangle have lengths , and , (where is the hypotenuse), then the sides can be related as follows:
In the triangle below, , , we want to find which is on the diagram.
So the area of the triangle is:
the area of the rhombus is 4 times the area of one triangle.
so area of rhombus is:
Ratio of circumference of circle C to its radius is 12pi. Which is the area of the circle? 36pi,34pi,28pi, or 24pi
I found a place that says
The distance around a circle is called the circumference. The distance across a circle through the center is called the diameter. is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to the diameter. Thus, for any circle, if you divide the circumference by the diameter, you get a value close to .
C=2*pi*r
So 12pi=2*pi*r
Then what?