5' per side or whatever units it's measured in, because 4x5=20
The difference is 5,100m?
Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:00, arianaguerin
Janie has $3. she earns $1.20 for each chore she does and can do fractions of chores. she wants to earn enough money to buy a cd for $13.50. write an inequality to determine the number of chores, c, janie could do to have enough money to buy the cd.
Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:50, umarhaley
The avenues in a particular city run north to south and are numbered consecutively with 1st avenue at the western border of the city. the streets in the city run east to west and are numbered consecutively with 1st street at the southern border of the city. for a festival, the city is not allowing cars to park in a rectangular region bordered by 5th avenue to the west. 9th avenue to the east, 4th street to the south, and 6th street to the north. if x is the avenue number and yis the street number, which of the following systems describes the region in which cars are not allowed to park? 5th ave 9th ave
The area of a square is 20 square which best represent the length of the side of the square...