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  1. ...ratio of 1:3, then the radii are also in a ratio of 1:3, but the sector areas would be in a ratio of 1²:3² = 1:9. [ C ]

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/08/2013

  2. The area of the whole pie shaped piece is A = pi r^2 * 1 . 6 /(2*pi) = 36 * 1 . 6 /2 = 18* 1 . 6 = 28.8 cm^2 The area of the triangle ...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/05/2012

  3. ...with numbers 1 through 6. The blue spinner has four equal sectors labeled with letters A, B, C , and D. Find the probability of spinning the two spinners...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/01/2013

  4. ...4.279 < µ < 5.925 ( c ) Yes, your profits/employee are...employee are too low compared to the entire retail sector . (d) Yes, because 6.5 is outside the higher...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 19/02/2008

  5. 60 degree sector is 1 / 6 of the circle. Since the area of the circle is 42 m^2, the area of the sector is 1 / 6 * 42 = 7 m^2. The correct answer is B. 7 m^2

    3 Answers · Education & Reference · 23/12/2010

  6. ... 1 / 6 of the circle is 18.8 Area of one sector of the hexagon will be 1/2 *b*h We know that each... theorem which is A^2+B^2= C ^2 ( C is hypoteneuse and A and B...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/04/2010

  7. ... answer to #1 is B - 19.625 Units Squared. The answer to #2 is C - 58.875 Units Squared Question 3 has different numbers but the same process...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/09/2010

  8. ...with this in mind then the probability is one in six that the dart will be in the sector . 1 divided by 6 gives a probability of .167 so the correct answer...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/08/2009

  9. ... π(5)² or or 78.5. The area of the sector with a 112° angle is 112/360(78.5) = 24.42. Half...39π + 57π)/121π = 96 π/121π = 96/121 = .793 = 79.3%. c ) The geometric probability of throwing a dart and...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/07/2008

  10. ... area pi r^2 = pi * 3^2 = 9 pi inches squared 60 degree sector is 60/360 of a circle's area so area = 60/360 *9 pi inches...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/06/2008

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