Area + absolute value - practice problems
Number of problems found: 10
- Polygon - area coordinates
Find the perimeter and the area of the polygon with the given vertices. T (2,7), U (2,9), V (5,9), W (5,7)
- A Cartesian framework
1. In a Cartesian framework, the functions f and g we know that: the function (f) is defined by f (x) = 2x ^ 2, the function (g) is defined by g (x) = x + 3, the point (O) is the origin of the reference, point (C) is the point of intersection of the graph
- Calculate 6
Calculate the distance of a point A[0, 2] from a line passing through points B[9, 5] and C[1, -1].
- Coordinate axes
Determine the area of the triangle given by line -7x+7y+63=0 and coordinate axes x and y.
- Rectangle 39
Find the perimeter and area of the rectangular with vertices (-1, 4), (0,4), (0, -1), and (-4, 4)
- Cube - wall
V kocke ABCDEFGH je |CF|=4 √ 2. Aký je povrch kocky?
- Equilateral cylinder
Equilateral cylinder (height = base diameter; h = 2r) has a volume of V = 199 cm³ . Calculate the surface area of the cylinder.
Plane coordinates of vertices: K[11, -10] L[10, 12] M[1, 3] give Triangle KLM. Calculate its area and its interior angles.
The area of the side of two cylinders is the same rectangle of 33 mm × 18 mm. Which cylinder has a larger volume and by how much?
Points A[9,9] and B[-4,1] are adjacent vertices of the square ABCD. Calculate the area of the square ABCD.
Area - practice problems. Absolute value - practice problems.