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Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305965584

Chapter 7.5, Problem 27ES

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**The Statue of Liberty** The index finger of the Statue of Liberty is 8 ft long. The circumference at the second joint is 3.5 ft. Use the formula for the volume of a cylinder to approximate the volume of the index finger on the Statue of Liberty. Round to the nearest hundredth of a cubic foot.

To determine

**To calculate:**

To find the volume of the index finger on the Statue of Liberty (rounded to the nearest hundredth of a cubic foot).

**Given information:**

Given, the index finger of the Statue of Liberty is 8 ft long.

The circumference at the second joint is 3.5 ft.

To use the formula for the volume of a cylinder to approximate the volume of the index finger on the Statue of Liberty.

**Calculation:**

Given, the circumference of the circle is 3.5 ft

Hence,

And height of the cylinder

The volume of a right circular cylinder with radius of the base r and height of the cylinder h is given by

Plugging the values,

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What...Ch. 7 - Given that in ma=74 and in mb=52, find the...Ch. 7 - Triangles ABC and DEF are similar. Find the...Ch. 7 - Find the volume of the geometric solid.Ch. 7 - Find the measure of x.Ch. 7 - Find the surface area of the rectangular solid.Ch. 7 - The length of a diameter of the base of a cylinder...Ch. 7 - Given that BC=11 cm and that AB is three times the...Ch. 7 - Given that mx=150, find the measures of w and y.Ch. 7 - Find the area of a parallelogram that has a base...Ch. 7 - Find the volume of the square pyramid.Ch. 7 - Find the circumference of a circle that has a...Ch. 7 - Given that l1l2, find the measures of angles a and...Ch. 7 - Find the supplement of a 32Â° angle.Ch. 7 - Find the volume of a rectangular solid with a...Ch. 7 - Two angles of a triangle measure 37Â° and 48Â°....Ch. 7 - The height of a triangle is 7 cm. The area of the...Ch. 7 - Find the volume of a sphere that has a diameter of...Ch. 7 - Framing The perimeter of a square picture frame is...Ch. 7 - Paint A can of paint will cover 200 ft2 of...Ch. 7 - Parks and Recreation The length of a rectangular...Ch. 7 - Patios What is the area of a square patio that...Ch. 7 - Landscaping A walkway 2 m wide surrounds a...Ch. 7 - Determine whether the two triangles are congruent....Ch. 7 - Find the unknown side of the triangle. Round to...Ch. 7 - In Exercises 31 and 32, find the values of sin ,...Ch. 7 - In Exercises 31 and 32, find the values of sin ,...Ch. 7 - Use a calculator. Round to the nearest tenth of a...Ch. 7 - Use a calculator. Round to the nearest tenth of a...Ch. 7 - Use a calculator. Round to the nearest tenth of a...Ch. 7 - Use a calculator. Round to the nearest tenth of a...Ch. 7 - Surveying Find the distance across the marsh in...Ch. 7 - Angle of Depression The distance from a plane to a...Ch. 7 - Angle of Elevation The angle of elevation from a...Ch. 7 - What is another name for Riemannian geometry?Ch. 7 - What is another name for Lobachevskian geometry?Ch. 7 - Name a geometry in which the sum of the measures...Ch. 7 - Name a geometry in which there are no parallel...Ch. 7 - Determine the exact area of the spherical...Ch. 7 - Determine the exact area of the spherical...Ch. 7 - Euclidean and City Distances Find the Euclidean...Ch. 7 - Euclidean and City Distances Find the Euclidean...Ch. 7 - Euclidean and City Distances Find the Euclidean...Ch. 7 - Euclidean and City Distances Find the Euclidean...Ch. 7 - Consider the points P( 1, 1), Q(4, 5), and R(â€“4,...Ch. 7 - Draw stage 0, stage 1, and stage 2 of the Koch...Ch. 7 - Draw stage 2 of the fractal with the following...Ch. 7 - For the fractal defined in Exercise 52, determine...Ch. 7 - Compute the similarity dimension of a strictly...Ch. 7 - Find the volume of a cylinder with a height of 6 m...Ch. 7 - Find the perimeter of a rectangle that has a...Ch. 7 - Find the complement of a 32Â° angle.Ch. 7 - Find the area of a circle that has a diameter of 2...Ch. 7 - In the figure below, lines l1 and l2 are parallel....Ch. 7 - In the figure below, lines l1 and l2 are parallel....Ch. 7 - Convert: 1.2 m = ________ cm.Ch. 7 - Find the volume of the figure. Give the exact...Ch. 7 - Triangles ABC and DEF arc similar. Find side BC.Ch. 7 - A right triangle has a 40Â° angle. Find the...Ch. 7 - Find the measure of x.Ch. 7 - Find the area of the parallelogram shown below.Ch. 7 - Surveying Find the width of the canal shown in the...Ch. 7 - Pizza How much more area is in a pizza with radius...Ch. 7 - Determine whether the two triangles are congruent....Ch. 7 - For the right triangle shown below, determine the...Ch. 7 - Find the values of sin , cos , and tan for the...Ch. 7 - Angle of Elevation From a point 27 ft from the...Ch. 7 - Trees Find the cross-sectional area of a redwood...Ch. 7 - Toolbox A toolbox is 14 in. long, 9 in. wide, and...Ch. 7 - Find the speed, in meters per second, of a car...Ch. 7 - State the Euclidean parallel postulate.Ch. 7 - What is a great circle, and what formula is used...Ch. 7 - Find the area of a spherical triangle with a...Ch. 7 - City Geometry Find the Euclidean distance and the...Ch. 7 - City Geometry How many points are on the city...Ch. 7 - Draw stage 2 of the fractal with the given...Ch. 7 - Draw stage 2 of the fractal with the given...Ch. 7 - Compute the replacement ratio, scale ratio, and...Ch. 7 - Compute the replacement ratio, scale ratio, and...

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