Okay -- you remember the Pythagorean Theorem? It can be used on right triangles, and would be just the thing for this problem. The only thing we'd need to do is use units which are constant. So -- if a football field is...
2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 22/07/2008
RATIO because there is an absolute zero. it is meaningful to say they scored 5 times as many touchdowns in the 3rd game compared to the 1st game
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/09/2010
160 mph = 234.67 feet per second Decelerating to zero in 1 second means a deceleration of 234.67 feet per second per second. Since 1 g = 32 ft/sec^2, 234.67 ft/sec^2 is 234.67 / 32 = 7.333 g's.
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 10/06/2007
10x = y
10 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/10/2007
= 6/14 or (6/2)/(14/2) = 3/7 Answer: 3/7
2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/03/2011
40 passes. 14/n = 35/100 cross multiply and you get 35n = 1400 to solve for n you divide each side by 35 n = 1400/35 = 40 14 td's in 40 passes
3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/12/2012
1. (i) At touchdown point altitude is zero: P(0) = 0 <=> a·0³...
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/04/2008
P( x touchdown ) = number of times he had x touchdowns / total ...28 = 1/4 P(x =3) = 5/28 ==== probability of scoring exactly 2 touchdown Just read from the table === answer P(x=2) = 1/4 === Probabiity...
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/11/2016
...in fact, not probably. If the only points scored are touchdowns , and either: a) the extra point is gained every time, or b) the extra point...
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/12/2010
- touchdown ( 6 ) , extra point ( 1) , 2 safeties ( 2x2) = 11 - touchdown ( 6) , extra point by...2) , field goal ( 3) = 11 = 4 safeties ( 4 x 2= 8 ) , field goal ( 3) = 11 = touchdown ( 6) , safety ( 2) , field goal ( 3) = 11 ( missed extra point after TD...
2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 22/08/2009