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An unusual unit of measurement is a unit of measurement that does not form part
of a coherent .... The hand is a non-SI unit of length equal to exactly 4 inches (
101.6 mm). ... A Canadian football f...

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Feb 15, 2016 ... The formula for volume is as follows: V = lwh Volume = length x ... is the volume
of an object that is 1.5 feet high, 4 teet deep, and 2 feet long?

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1 ft = 0.3048 m or 1 m = aprox 3.28 ft 1.5 m = aprox 4.92 ft (59.055 inches) ...
Sheri's freezer is 2 feet wide 6 feet long and 2 feet deep What is the volume of her
...

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Learn how to measure and calculate the volume of a solid, or shape in three
dimensions, that ... there is within a two dimensional object (see our page:
Calculating Area for more). ... pints, quarts and gallons, which are not easily
translated into cubic feet. ... In this example, area of base (circle) = πr<sup>2</sup> = 3.14 × 5
× 5 = 78.5cm<sup>2</sup>.

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Volume of a Rectangular Object ... Step 4. Determine the appropriate conversion
factor. 1 cubic foot = 7.4805 gallons ... Example 2 - The water tank on a newly
designed engine is 34 inches wide, 5 feet high, ... 1. Carla is filling the cylindrical
tank 8 feet in diameter and 10 feet deep with ... How long will it take to fill the tank
?

people.whitman.edu/~hundledr/courses/M125F02/relatedsols.pdf

The top of a 25-foot ladder, leaning against a vertical wall, is slipping down the
wall at a rate of 1 foot per second. How fast is ... 2. A 5-foot girl is walking toward
a 20-foot lamppost at a rate of 6 feet per .... An object moves along the graph of y
= f(x). ... A rectangular trough is 8 feet long, 2 feet across the top, and 4 feet...

www.nuffieldfoundation.org/sites/default/files/files/FSMA Volume student.pdf

The volume of an object is the amount of space it fills. Large volumes are ... 1 cm.
1 cubic centimetre. 1 cm3. 3 cm. 2 cm. 4 cm. 1 cubic millimetre. 1 mm. 1 mm. 1
mm. 1 mm3 ... 10 centimetres high. Two of the ... A sand pit is 2 metres long and
1.5 metres wide. How much ... 80 metres long,. 1.5 metres wide and 150 mm
deep?

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n = 2 for prisms/cylinders; n = 1 for pyramids/cones; n = 0 for spheres. ...
Understanding surface area may be clearer if you refer back to the net associated
with the object. .... The floor is 25 feet long since 10' - 3' = 7' and 7<sup>2</sup>+24<sup>2</sup> = 49 +
576 = 625 = 25<sup>2</sup>. The surface area is the sum of 5 surfaces: 2 congruent
trapezoi...

ceemrr.com/Geometry2/LengthAreaVolume/LengthAreaVolume_print.html

Suppose a box is 24 inches long, 15 inches wide, and 12 inches tall. ... For
example, a foot is equal to 12 inches, but a square foot is not equal to 12 square
inches, ... The solid below is made of 5 cubes that are 1 cm on a side. ... Suppose
a rectangle measures 2 inches by 3 inches and a similar rectangle is twice as
long.

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In Section 3.2, several interpretations were given for the derivative of a ... when
the radius is 5 feet ( A = m2 = n(5 feet)2 z 78.6 feet2 ) and 1 second later .... The
volume of the cylinder is increasing at a rate of 1357.2 cubic meters per second.
.... high (Fig. 14). When the slug is 5 inches long, it is growing at .2 inches per
w...