One summary problem is, "What geometric shapes do each of these solids [a rectangular pyramid and a cylinder with a cylindrical hole going through it] contain?" A possible answer is, "The solids contain lines, segments, collinear and coplanar points, acute and right angles, triangles, a rectangle and concentric circles."
Continue ReadingAnother summary problem from "Discovering Geometry," published by Kendall Hunt, is, "Draw three line segments on a sheet of paper. Duplicate them to make a triangle, if possible." A sample answer to this problem is, "As long as the sum of any two lines is longer than the third, a triangle can be constructed. Constructing several triangles from the same three segments always yields the same triangle, although it may be a mirror image. So, provided that a triangle can be constructed, the triangle is determined."
Learn more about Homework AnswersA sample statistics test question requires, based on a provided probability distribution of one, two or three adults living per home in a randomly selected neighborhood, determining the probability that four or more adults reside in another randomly selected home. Based on the fact that the total of all the probabilities is one, the answer is determined by adding the probabilities presented and subtracting the sum from one, which in this case was .10, and the correct answer.
Full Answer >Answers to algebra problems can be found using the Wolfram Alpha search engine. Among other things, Wolfram Alpha allows users to enter math equations and returns a large collection of solutions, graphs and other information explaining the equation.
Full Answer >Find answers to fraction problems by consulting the answer key that accompanies a math text, such as the keys that accompany the Jump Math or Saxon series. Consult fraction videos on Khan Academy or sign up for a tutor to learn how to perform better on fraction problems.
Full Answer >Answers for the Challenge Master problems in the Math Expressions textbook series are available on the book publisher's website. Go to EduPlace.com and select your state from the drop-down menu. Click on Mathematics, then choose Math Expressions.
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