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Algebra 1 Remediation September 3 Start on page 208 of practice packet
Page 208 #5 Draw a diagram Find the area of the square. Find the area of the rectangle. Set areas = to each other. Solve for x. Now find the length of the rectangle (remember x + 4)
Page 209 #8 What is the formula for surface area of a cube? 6 s 2 What is the length of the side? Use the formula.
Page 210 # 13 What is the formula fro volume of a cylinder? V = pi r 2 h Identify the radius. Identify the height. Use the formula.
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