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Pinkal Negi an hour ago

if you want to find the radius of circle
either the perimeter or area should be given
for area the formula is = 22/7×r^2
and for perimeter = 2×22/7×r

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Pinkal Negi 11 hours ago

the length is 40cm and diagnal is 41cm
so if you will find the breadth by using pythagorus theorum it will be 9cm
and after that the perimeter will be 98cm

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Israt Jahan 17 hours ago

Let the interior opposite angle be x
Exterior angle = sum of interior opposite angles.
->130° = x + x
->130° = 2 x
->130°/2 = x
->65° = x
☆ The value of x = 65°

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Ram Kushwah 19 hours ago

{tex}\begin{array}{l}\frac{15\;\mathrm{kg}}{210\;\mathrm{gm}}=\frac{15\times1000\;\mathrm{gm}}{210\;\mathrm{gm}}=\frac{\displaystyle15000}{210}\\=\frac{1500}{21}=\frac{500}7\\\mathrm{ans}\;\mathrm{is}\;500\;:\;7\end{array}{/tex}

Adarsh Dwivedi 20 hours ago

First we will convert kg into g or g into kg so i am converting kg into so
(15000÷210 ) = 500÷7 so
500:7

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Ayush Thakkar 18 hours ago

The equation formed is:
2y+yz+z -(y+3yz+z)
=2y+yz+z-y-3yz-z
=-3yz+yz+2y-y+z-z
=-2yz+y
The rules that we have to use r that:
- × - becomes +
- × + becomes -
+ × - becomes -
And last but not least
+ × + becomes +
And the second rule we have to follow is also that the number with a variable always comes first. Later all the double and the single variables r placed.

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Ayush Thakkar 17 hours ago

The answer is 7.
Because to find the number the method is:
65+×=72
Therefore,+65-65+x=72-65
=7

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Ram Kushwah 19 hours ago

{tex}\begin{array}{l}(\mathrm a+\mathrm b)^5=(\mathrm a+\mathrm b)^{2\;}\times(\mathrm a+\mathrm b)^2\;\times(\mathrm a+\mathrm b)\\=(\mathrm a^2+2\mathrm{ab}+\mathrm b^2)\;\times\;(\mathrm a^2+2\mathrm{ab}+\mathrm b^2)\;\times(\mathrm a+\mathrm b)\\\mathrm{Now}\;\mathrm{you}\;\mathrm{solve}\;\mathrm{yourself}\end{array}{/tex}

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Punam Pawar 2 days, 11 hours ago

Perimeter of square= 4xs
Area of square = s x s
Circumference of circle = 2 x 27/7 x radius or 2 x3.14 x radius
Area of circle = 22/7 x radius sq
Or 2.14 x radius sq

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