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Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Gabriella Wilson 2023-02-15

Which of the following measurements is most precise?

(a) 4.00 mm

(b) 4.00 cm

(c) 4.00 m

(d) 40.00 m

(a) 4.00 mm

(b) 4.00 cm

(c) 4.00 m

(d) 40.00 m

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Tyson Haas 2023-02-02

The measure of each interior angle of a regular octagon is...

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Marcus Frank 2023-01-05

What is the result of converting 14 inches into centimeters?

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Zachariah Mcmillan 2023-01-04

How many seconds are there in 3 hours 30 minutes?

A)12600

B)12500

C)12000

D)12400

A)12600

B)12500

C)12000

D)12400

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Destiny Camacho 2022-12-29

The measure of an angle which is its own complement is...

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Fabian Atkins 2022-12-24

How many seconds are there in 45 minutes?

A. 2700 seconds

B. 3600 seconds

C. 270 seconds

D. 5400 seconds

A. 2700 seconds

B. 3600 seconds

C. 270 seconds

D. 5400 seconds

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Memphis Burnett 2022-12-23

A student performs an experiment for determination of $g=\frac{4{\pi}^{2}l}{{T}^{2}}$ The error in length l is $\mathrm{\u25b3}$ l and in time T is $\mathrm{\u25b3}$ T and n is number of times the reading is taken. The measurement of g is most accurate for:

A)$\mathrm{\u25b3}l=5mm;\mathrm{\u25b3}T=0.2\mathrm{sec};n=10$

B)$\mathrm{\u25b3}l=5mm;\mathrm{\u25b3}T=0.2\mathrm{sec};n=20$

C)$\mathrm{\u25b3}l=5mm;\mathrm{\u25b3}T=0.1\mathrm{sec};n=10$

D)$\mathrm{\u25b3}l=1mm;\mathrm{\u25b3}T=0.1\mathrm{sec};n=50$

A)$\mathrm{\u25b3}l=5mm;\mathrm{\u25b3}T=0.2\mathrm{sec};n=10$

B)$\mathrm{\u25b3}l=5mm;\mathrm{\u25b3}T=0.2\mathrm{sec};n=20$

C)$\mathrm{\u25b3}l=5mm;\mathrm{\u25b3}T=0.1\mathrm{sec};n=10$

D)$\mathrm{\u25b3}l=1mm;\mathrm{\u25b3}T=0.1\mathrm{sec};n=50$

It does not matter what measurement problem you may start with for your pre-algebra task because the trick here is to work with equations and variables based on the situation. See helpful measurement examples that have been provided, yet make sure that you read original instructions first. It will help you to determine how to outline the problem. The majority of measurement homework that relates to calculations will also contain verbal or word-based measurement questions, which is why the use of logic and strategic thinking is always essential!