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How do you work the picture out?

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The ladder will be unsafe because its angle with the ground is greater than 70°.

Step-by-step explanation: hope that helps

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All the given points are collinear, so we have ...

AB +BC = AC

BC +CS +SD = BD

The problem statement tells us

BD = AC

BC +CS +SD = AB +BC . . . . . substituting for BD and AC

BC +CS +2 = 4 +BC . . . . . . . . substituting given lengths

CS = 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . subtract (2+BC)

CS is the radius of Circle C, so its diameter is twice that: 4. The radius of Circle D is the diameter of Circle C plus SD, so is 4 +2 = 6. The diameter of Circle D is twice that: 12.

The diameter of Circle C is 4.

The diameter of Circle D is 12.

24cm²

Step-by-step explanation:

Perimeter of rectangle ABCF = 20 cm

One of the sides AB = 6 cm (AB)(Let it be L)

other side of Rectangle=B.

Perimeter of Rectangle = 2 (Length + width)

20 = 2(L+W) = 2(6 + W)

[tex]\frac{20}{2}[/tex]=6+B

10=6+B

B = 10-6

B = 4 cm

Width of Rectangle, W = 4 cm (BC)

Length of side of trapezium, CD = BD - BC = 9 - 4 = 5 cm

And length of EF = 3 cm

Area of Trapezium = [tex]\frac{1}{2}[/tex]×(CD+EF)×CF

[tex]\frac{1}{2}[/tex]×(5+3)×6

[tex]\frac{8}{2}[/tex]×6

4×6=24

Given:

The base of the given triangle has two part:

Left( left side of the hypotenuse) = 25

Right ( right side of the hypotenuse) = x

The altitude (h) = 60

To find the value of x.

Formula:

By Altitude rule we know that, the altitude of a triangle is mean proportional between the right and left part of the hypotenuse,

[tex]\frac{left}{altitude} =\frac{altitude}{right}[/tex]

Now,

Putting,

left = 25, altitude = 60 and right = x we get,

[tex]\frac{25}{60} =\frac{60}{x}[/tex]

or, [tex](25)(x )=(60)(60)[/tex] [ by cross multiplication]

or, [tex]x = \frac{3600}{25}[/tex]

or, [tex]x = 144[/tex]

Hence,

The value of x is 144.

Secants from the same point have the same product of length to the near intersection times length to the far intersection from the point.

1) 5(5+x) = 6(6+4)

... 25 + 5x = 60 . . . . eliminate parentheses using the distributive property

... 5x = 35 . . . . . . . . subtract 25

... x = 7 . . . . . . . . . . . divide by 5

2) The same rule applies.

... 3(3+5) = 4(4+x)

... 24 = 16 + 4x . . . . . eliminate parentheses

... 8 = 4x . . . . . . . . . . . subtract 16

... 2 = x . . . . . . . . . . . . divide by 4

it isnt

Step-by-step explanation:

8 X 8 = 64

8 X 7 = 56

i cannot equal 60 unless it is a decimal

8 X 7.5 = 60

There are 3 grams of fiber in 1/2 cup of oatmeal. Therefore, the number of grams of fiber in 1 (which is twice as large as 1/2) cup of oatmeal is:

3 g fiber *2= 6 g fiber.

There is 6 g fiber in 1 cup of oatmeal. Therefore, the number of fiber in 1 1/8 (which is 1 1/8 times as large as 1) cups of oatmeal is:

6 g fiber *(1 1/8)= 6.75 g fiber.

There is 6.75 g of fiber left in the box.

Hope this would help~

Answer=6 3/4 grams

3 grams of fiber x fiber

=

1/2 cup 1 1/8 cup

Cross multiply

1/2x=3 3/8

divide both sides by 1/2

x=6.75 or 6 3/4

There is 6 3/4 grams of fiber in 1 1/8 cups of oatmeal.

x = 144

Step-by-step explanation:

Height Theorem

60² = 25·x

3600 = 25x

x = 3600 : 25

x = 144