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Ots given in the mathematics centre you should first search that !!!

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Let the radius of the circle to be as r so , B / C , ------ The area of a circle = 22 / 7 × r2 --------------------------------
=> 22 / 7 × r2 = 154m2 ----------------
=> r2 = 154 ÷ 22 / 7 ---------------------
= 154 / 1 × 7 / 22 = 7 / 1 × 7 / 1---
= 7 × 7 = 49 ---------------------------------
therefore the radius of the circle = 49 m --------------------
So, B/C -----------------------------------------------------------------------
The perimeter of the circle = 2 × 22 / 7 × 49 ----
= 2 × 22 × 7 -----------
= 308 m ----------------

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Draw a line l take any point x away 4.3 cm from l draw a line parallel to line l now draw an full arc and make parallel arc on x to take the measure of arc grom end of arc draw an arc over there do with the same arc x now join the point x with the are now you will get a line parallel to line l

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First they all will sell those chocolates and after that they mixed up all the money they all will get after selling those chocolates them they will divide that amount of money into three among themselves (equally) this is how they could give equal amount of money to their father.

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5p+2=17 = 5p=17-2=15 = p=15/5=3 = p=3
Hence the value of p is 3

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4× [ 9× - { × + 3× - 2 +(× - 4× ) } ]
=4× - [ 9× - { × + 3× -2+ × -4×}] =4× -[ 9× -{ 5×-2-4× } ]
= 4× - [ 9× - { × -2 } ] =4 ×- [ 9× -× + 2} ] = 4× -9
× + × -2
= 4× - 8 × - 2 = - 4× - 2

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A linear equation is any equation that can be written in the form

ax + b = 0

where a and b are real numbers and x is a variable. This form is sometimes called the standard form of a linear equation. Note that most linear equations will not start off in this form. Also, the variable may or may not be an x so don’t get too locked into always seeing an x there.

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Draw an arc of 60 degree and than 120 degree than cut both line from each other the point where both meet is 90 degree

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