# Square root - practice problems

#### Number of problems found: 566

- The perimeter

The perimeter of a rhombus whose diagonal lengths are in the ratio 3:4 is 40 cm. What is its area in cm²? - The rectangle 5

The rectangle OABC has one vertex at O, the center of a circle, and a second vertex A is 2 cm from the edge of the circle, as shown. The vertex A is also a distance of 7 cm from C. The point B and C lie on the circumference of the circle. a. What is the r - The triangle 5

The triangle below has vertices A(-1,-2), B(2,2), and C(-1,4). What is the area of △ABCin square coordinate units? - RT a-b-x

There is a right triangle with legs long a, b, and hypotenuse long x. Given that a = 6 cm and b = 9 cm, work out x. Give your answer as an exact surd. - A cube

A cube has a surface area of 64 ft². Hedy creates a reduction of this cube using a scale factor of 0.5. What is the surface area of the reduction? - Polygon 3

Polygon ABCD is dilated, rotated, and translated to form polygon QWER. The endpoints A and B are at (0, -7) and (8, 8), and the endpoints QW are at (6, -6) and (2, 1.5). What is the scale factor of the dilation? - Isosceles triangle

Find the area of an isosceles triangle whose leg is twice the base, b=1 - Evaluate 26

Evaluate square root: √1³+2³+3³+4³= - A Pile of salt

A Pile of salt has been stored in the shape of a cone. Mr. Terwilliker knows that the pile is 20 feet tall and 102 feet in circumference at the base. What area of the conical tarpaulin (a large sheet of material) is needed to cover the pile? - Solve 13

Solve the missing dimensions for the following triangle: Triangle ABC: AngleA=43 degrees, b=7.0cm, c=6.0cm Question 1. Angle B with units written as degrees Question 2. Angle C with units written as degrees Question 3. a, rounded to the nearest tenth of a - Sin cos tan

If cos y = 0.8, 0° ≤ y ≤ 90°, find the value of (4 tan y) / (cos y-sin y) - The radius

A right circular cone's radius and slant heights are 9 cm and 15 cm, respectively. Find, correct to one decimal place, the (i) Height (ii) Volume of the cone - SAS calculation

Given the triangle ABC, if side b is 31 ft., side c is 22 ft., and angle A is 47°, find side a. Please round to one decimal. - Express value

Given that p = √(mx/t-t² x) Make x the subject If m = 7, p = -3 and t = 4, find the value of x - Calculate 75014

The surface of a cube is equal to 294 square meters. Calculate the edge and volume of the cube. - Intersection 74914

Find the perimeter of triangle ABC, where point A is the beginning of the coordinate system, point B is the intersection of the graph of the linear function f: y = - 3/4• x + 3 with the x-axis, and C is the intersection of the graph of this function with - A cuboid 2

A cuboid with a depth of 4 cm but a length and width of x cm is cut out from one corner of the original cuboid as shown (the original cuboid has dimensions of 10x8x4 cm). The remaining shape has a volume of 199. Calculate the value of x. - Equal distance

Find the equation for all the points (x, y) that are equal in distance from points A(5,-2) and B(-2,10). - ABS, ARG, CONJ, RECIPROCAL

Let z=-√2-√2i where i2 = -1. Find |z|, arg(z), z* (where * indicates the complex conjugate), and (1/z). Where appropriate, write your answers in the form a + i b, where both a and b are real numbers. Indicate the positions of z, z*, and (1/z) on an Argand - Z-score test

The weights of the fish in a certain lake are normally distributed with a mean of 11 lb and a standard deviation of 6. If four fish are randomly selected, what is the probability that the mean weight will be between 8.6 and 14.6 lb? Your answer should be

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