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Chapter 7.4, Problem 42PS

Textbook Problem

Find the area of triangle ABC if

a. 1,160 mm^{2}

b. 1,412 mm^{2}

c. 902 mm^{2}

d. 580 mm^{2}

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a....Ch. 7.2 - A plane with an airspeed of 560 miles per hour and...Ch. 7.3 - For Questions 1 through 4, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.3 - For Questions 1 through 4, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.3 - For Questions 1 through 4, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.3 - For Questions 1 through 4, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.3 - For each of the following triangles, solve for B...Ch. 7.3 - For each of the following triangles, solve for B...Ch. 7.3 - For each of the following triangles, solve for B...Ch. 7.3 - For each of the following triangles, solve for B...Ch. 7.3 - For each of the following triangles, solve for B...Ch. 7.3 - For each of the following triangles, solve for B...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions to each of the following...Ch. 7.3 - Distance A 51-foot wire running from the top of a...Ch. 7.3 - Distance A hot-air balloon is held at a constant...Ch. 7.3 - Current A ship is headed due north at a constant...Ch. 7.3 - Ground Speed A plane is headed due east with an...Ch. 7.3 - Ground Speed A ship headed due east is moving...Ch. 7.3 - True Course A plane headed due east is traveling...Ch. 7.3 - Leaning Windmill After a wind storm, a farmer...Ch. 7.3 - Distance A boy is riding his motorcycle on a road...Ch. 7.3 - A sailboat a couie of N 25 E from a small port...Ch. 7.3 - In Problem 33, find the shortest (perpendicular)...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions in the interval 0360. If...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions in the interval 0360. If...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions in the interval 0360. If...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions in the interval 0360. If...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions in the interval 0360. If...Ch. 7.3 - Find all solutions in the interval 0360. If...Ch. 7.3 - Find all radian solutions using exact values only....Ch. 7.3 - Find all radian solutions using exact values only....Ch. 7.3 - Find all radian solutions using exact values only....Ch. 7.3 - Find all radian solutions using exact values only....Ch. 7.3 - Use the law of sines to find C for triangle ABC if...Ch. 7.3 - Given triangle ABC with B=35,a=28 feet, and b=19...Ch. 7.3 - A plane headed due west is traveling with a...Ch. 7.4 - For Questions 1 through 4, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.4 - For Questions 1 through 4, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.4 - For Questions 1 through 4, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.4 - For Questions 1 through 4, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.4 - For Questions 5 and 6, assume triangle ABC has...Ch. 7.4 - For Questions 5 and 6, assume triangle ABC has...Ch. 7.4 - Find the semi perimeter of triangle ABC....Ch. 7.4 - Find the semi perimeter of triangle ABC....Ch. 7.4 - Find the semi perimeter of triangle ABC....Ch. 7.4 - Find the semi perimeter of triangle ABC....Ch. 7.4 - 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Each of the following problems refers to triangle...Ch. 7.4 - Geometry and Area Find the area of a parallelogram...Ch. 7.4 - Geometry and Area Find the area of a parallelogram...Ch. 7.4 - Geometry and Area The area of a triangle is 40...Ch. 7.4 - Ceomctry and Area The area of a triangle is 80...Ch. 7.4 - We know from this section that the area of any...Ch. 7.4 - Eliminate the parameter t and graph the resulting...Ch. 7.4 - Eliminate the parameter t and graph the resulting...Ch. 7.4 - Eliminate the parameter t but do not graph....Ch. 7.4 - Eliminate the parameter t but do not graph....Ch. 7.4 - Eliminate the parameter t but do not graph....Ch. 7.4 - Eliminate the parameter t but do not graph....Ch. 7.4 - Eliminate the parameter t but do not graph....Ch. 7.4 - Eliminate the parameter t but do not graph....Ch. 7.4 - Find the area of triangle ABC if a=73.6...Ch. 7.4 - Find the area of triangle ABC if A=56,B=71, and...Ch. 7.4 - Find the semi perimeter of triangle ABC with...Ch. 7.4 - If Herons formula is used to find the area of...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - For Questions 1 through 10, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.5 - Draw the vector V that goes from the origin to the...Ch. 7.5 - Draw the vector V that goes from the origin to the...Ch. 7.5 - Draw the vector V that goes from the origin to the...Ch. 7.5 - Draw the vector V that goes from the origin to the...Ch. 7.5 - Draw the vector V that goes from the origin to the...Ch. 7.5 - Draw the vector V that goes from the origin to the...Ch. 7.5 - 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V=3ijCh. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 2U+3V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 2U+3V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 2U+3V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 2U+3V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 2U+3V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 3U+2V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 3U+2V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 3U+2V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 3U+2V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 3U+2V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 3U+2V....Ch. 7.5 - For each pair of vectors find U+V,UV, and 3U+2V....Ch. 7.5 - Vector V is in standard position and makes an...Ch. 7.5 - Vector U is in standard position and makes an...Ch. 7.5 - Vector W is in standard position and makes an...Ch. 7.5 - Vector F is in standard position and makes an...Ch. 7.5 - Assume vector V is in standard position, has the...Ch. 7.5 - Assume vector V is in standard position. has the...Ch. 7.5 - Assume vector V is in standard position. has the...Ch. 7.5 - Assume vector V is in standard position. has the...Ch. 7.5 - Approximate the magnitude of each vector and the...Ch. 7.5 - Approximate the magnitude of each vector and the...Ch. 7.5 - Approximate the magnitude of each vector and the...Ch. 7.5 - Approximate the magnitude of each vector and the...Ch. 7.5 - Approximate the magnitude of each vector and the...Ch. 7.5 - Approximate the magnitude of each vector and the...Ch. 7.5 - Approximate the magnitude of each vector and the...Ch. 7.5 - Approximate the magnitude of each vector and the...Ch. 7.5 - Force An 8.0-pound weight is lying on a situp...Ch. 7.5 - Force Repeat Problem 6? for a 25.0-pound weight...Ch. 7.5 - Force Tyler and his cousin Kelly have attached a...Ch. 7.5 - Force After they are finished swinging. Tyler and...Ch. 7.5 - Force A traffic light weighing 22 pounds is...Ch. 7.5 - Force A tightrope walker is standing still with...Ch. 7.5 - Draw V= 2,3 in standard position. a. b. c. d.Ch. 7.5 - If vector V is in standard position, has magnitude...Ch. 7.5 - Find the magnitude of vectors V=5i2j. a.10 b. 29...Ch. 7.5 - If U=3i+7j and V=i4j, find U+2V. a. i+15j b. 5i+3j...Ch. 7.6 - For Questions 1 through 8, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.6 - For Questions 1 through 8, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.6 - For Questions 1 through 8, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.6 - For Questions 1 through 8, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.6 - For Questions 1 through 8, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.6 - For Questions 1 through 8, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.6 - For Questions 1 through 8, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.6 - For Questions 1 through 8, fill in the blank with...Ch. 7.6 - Find each of the following dot products. 3,4 5,5Ch. 7.6 - Find each of the following dot products. 6,6 3,5Ch. 7.6 - Find each of the following dot products. 23,4 ...Ch. 7.6 - Find each of the following dot products. 13,8 ...Ch. 7.6 - For each pair of vectors, find UV. 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Give your answer both in...Ch. 7 - We mentioned in Section 7.5 that our algebraic...

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