   # Write the fractional part that each length, A through F, represents of the total shown on the scale in Figure 1-3. A = . B = . C = . D = . E = . F = . ### Mathematics for Machine Technology

7th Edition
John C. Peterson + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781133281450

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Section ### Mathematics for Machine Technology

7th Edition
John C. Peterson + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781133281450
Chapter 1, Problem 1A
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## Write the fractional part that each length, A through F, represents of the total shown on the scale in Figure 1-3. A = .B = .C = .D = .E = .F = .

To determine

Evaluate the fractional part length of A, B, C, D, E and F.

The fractional part length of A, B, C, D, E and F are 332, 732, 38, 1932, 2732 and 1 respectively.

### Explanation of Solution

Given:

All the dimensions are shown in below Fig: Concept used:

Fraction of the each part can determine with given expression.

Fraction=nN   .... (1)

Here, length of each part is n and total length is N.

Calculation:

From below Fig: Fraction A is calculated as:

Substitute 3 for n and 32 for N.

A=332

Fraction B is calculated as:

Substitute 7 for n and 32 for N.

B =732

Fraction C is calculated as:

Substitute 12 for n and 32 for N.

C =1232=38

Fraction D is calculated as:

Substitute 19 for n and 32 for N.

D =1932

Fraction E is calculated as:

Substitute 27 for n and 32 for N.

E =2732

Fraction F is calculated as:

Substitute 32 for n and 32 for N.

F =3232F =1

Thus, the fractional part length of A, B, C, D, E and F are 332, 732, 38, 1932, 2732 and 1 respectively.

Conclusion:

The fractional part length of A, B, C, D, E and F are 332, 732, 38, 1932, 2732 and 1 respectively.

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