by dividing with the fraction 1/2
sorry I'm late but maybe it'll help someone else! It is A,B,D!
21′ 11.89″feet and inches
The radius is 5.5 feet. The area of the whole circle is A = (5.5) squared pi. The area of the shaded region can be found by multiplying the area of the whole circle by three-fourths as in A = three-fourths (pi times r squared).
The solution would be like this for this specific problem:
A (table) = 4(24.26) * 6(24.26)
A (quarter) = pi*r2
Total area (quarters) = 462.24 * 24
Area (not taken) = A (table) – Total Area (quarters)
= 14,125.1424 - 11,093.76
= 3,031.38The area of the table not covered in quarters is 3,031.38 mm2.
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to simplify the answers are
step-by-step explanation: h: (- 3, 6)
m: (1, - 2)
o: (7, 6)
r: (- 9, - 2)
midpoint of hm: (- 1, 2)
midpoint of or: (- 1, 2)
therefore, b is the midpoint of both diagonals bisect each other !
to prove the diagonals are perpendicular, show that the product of the slopes = - 1