 # #30-1 March 28, 2011 Solve the equation 1) 4m = 6 2) 3) Find the area of the rectangle for each of the possible values of x.

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#30-1 March 28, 2011 Solve the equation 1) 4m = 6 2) 3) Find the area of the rectangle for each of the possible values of x.

C = ∏d 2 2

2 2

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Use the 10 for finding the circumference of the semi-circle. C = ∏d 2 You divide by two because it is HALF of a circle. Add the circumference of the semi-circle to the other two sides of 8 ft and 6 ft. The perimeter of this composite figure is _____ft.

C = ∏d I have 2 semi-circles. If I put them together, I have a whole circle, so I DO NOT need to divide by 2. Add the circumference to the perimeter of the rectangle. Perimeter of the Rectangle = 2 l + 2w The perimeter of this composite figure is _____m.

C = ∏d 2

Add the circumference of the 2 semi-circle to the other sides of 8 ft, 6 ft, and 10 ft. C = ∏d What are these two lengths? Add ALL the sides together.

C = ∏d 2

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A = ∏r² 2 You divide by two because it is HALF of a circle. A = ∏r² 2 You divide by two because it is HALF of a circle.

A = ∏r² 2 2 You divide by two because it is HALF of a circle. You divide by two because it is HALF of a circle.

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The TOTAL area of this figure is _____cm². The TOTAL area of this figure is _____ft².

The TOTAL area of this figure is _____m². The TOTAL area of this figure is _____cm².

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