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see both limks

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@AriPotta

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- anonymous

both of the kind people whove decided to help and save me.

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the blue and yellow sheets go with the nets activity

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do the links work ari?

- anonymous

do the links work,bigboss?

- anonymous

@omnomnom

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@Omniscience

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Please, I beg you.

- omnomnom

Okay what is this? O.O

- anonymous

Ok, go to the second link first.

- anonymous

u there?

- anonymous

see the image onslide 3.

- omnomnom

Lol i did
and its confusing ..
and i have to use the bathrrooom
brb

- anonymous

can u help me with that first?
and ok

- anonymous

Do you see the third image on thhe second link?

- anonymous

ari?

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@gaara438125

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@2yoututu11

- AriPotta

1. d

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tnx

- anonymous

ok, pet me write that down ari dont leave

- anonymous

done. ok.

- AriPotta

that was for that white paper after the yellow one

- anonymous

thats the third pic on the second link yes?

- AriPotta

second pic on the second link

- anonymous

oh cube with side length of three meters?

- AriPotta

yes

- anonymous

ok and dont leave me pleasee

- anonymous

i really need help

- anonymous

next one?

- anonymous

the one with carl?

- anonymous

o ok

- AriPotta

2. 25.133
and yes, that's the one with carl

- AriPotta

m^2

- anonymous

okay. ari, if u help me with them all, ill b so grateful.

- anonymous

im desperate

- anonymous

ok i write it down

- anonymous

ill try number three
dont leave tho

- anonymous

plzq

- anonymous

how do u find the surface area of a triangular prism?

- anonymous

ugh. can you explain?

- AriPotta

use the net. find the areas of each shape

- anonymous

hmm. let me try again

- anonymous

each shape? you mean each drawing?

- AriPotta

like this. so we just found part of the surface area. and since there's two triangles with those exact measurements, we can multiply it by 2

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let me see the file

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ooohhhh

- anonymous

so just the shape the thing is named after is what u look at!

- AriPotta

no

- anonymous

and u find the area of that shape!

- AriPotta

you find the area of each shape the shape was MADE out of

- anonymous

hmm..let me look again.

- anonymous

next find area of rectangle?

- AriPotta

there's three rectangles, so find the area of each. after you do that, add up all the areas

- anonymous

oh.let me try

- anonymous

um the area of the middle one would be 5?

- AriPotta

how'd you get 5?

- anonymous

5.0 x 1.0

- anonymous

i mean the one on the left

- AriPotta

area of left rectangle = 1 x 0.5

- AriPotta

which is 0.5....

- anonymous

oh. srry,i used a calc

- anonymous

ok, lemme see the next one

- anonymous

0.75 middle?

- AriPotta

yep

- anonymous

u look smart to me

- AriPotta

lol thanks. i was kind of joking :P

- anonymous

.9375 last?
and lol

- AriPotta

no :/ what did you do to get that?

- anonymous

0.75 times 1.25

- AriPotta

you should have done 1.25 times 0.5

- anonymous

why .05? u know how .75 is area of middle?

- anonymous

i times that with 1.25

- AriPotta

yes, it's the area of the middle, but why would you multiply the area of the middle by the length of the other?? makes no sense. you're trying to find the area of the right rectangle so you multiply the sides which are 1.25 and 0.5

- anonymous

oh. ok

- anonymous

.625

- AriPotta

yes. so add them all up, what do you get?

- anonymous

mm, letme see

- anonymous

just the numbers i wrote or all the measurements?

- AriPotta

yes

- AriPotta

all the areas you calculated

- anonymous

so the ones with the triangle, the one on ur screenshot,and the rectangles only,yes?

- AriPotta

the two triangles, and the three rectangles...

- anonymous

ok. brb:)
both triangles = .375,yes?

- AriPotta

both triangles = 0.75

- AriPotta

one triangle = 0.375

- anonymous

oh, ok

- anonymous

77.75?

- AriPotta

no..

- AriPotta

that isn't even one of the choices lol

- anonymous

i added then all up

- anonymous

yes sorry im dumb

- AriPotta

obviously you did it wrong lol. add these up: 0.375, 0.375, 0.5, 0.75, and 0.625

- anonymous

okay.

- anonymous

2.265!!!

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yat ur greatt

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lemme read no.4

- anonymous

12*10*8-500?

- AriPotta

no

- anonymous

please explain

- AriPotta

you need to find the area of the walls and the ceiling, add them up and if it's less than or equal to 500, then he CAN pain it all with one gallon. if it's over 500, then he cannot

- anonymous

first,it asking for area?

- anonymous

hmm.let me read ur reply

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oh okay,lemme see

- anonymous

ok, so there are some arrows

- anonymous

umm imma give it a shot

- AriPotta

the arrows mean that all these sides are 8ft

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oh. so, do i multiply them together?

- AriPotta

no

- anonymous

add?

- AriPotta

no :/

- anonymous

im sorry
can u just explain each as we go along? plz?

- AriPotta

find the area of each wall and the ceiling

- AriPotta

add them.

- AriPotta

then, if it's less than or equal to 500, he can paint it all with one gallon

- anonymous

okay.

- anonymous

ok, walls is 64 ft?
ceiling 120 ft?

- AriPotta

there's 4 walls...

- anonymous

mathsisfun says area of square is a^2

- AriPotta

yes...

- anonymous

did i get the calculations right?

- AriPotta

look at this. red = 8ft, blue = 12ft, pink = 10ft

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- AriPotta

find the areas of each of the walls

- AriPotta

then find the area of the ceiling..

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okay. so they are not each 8?

- AriPotta

no, they aren't. i labelled each side for you as 8, 10, or 12 so it would be easier

- AriPotta

oh wait, lemme fix it

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ok. let me see"

- AriPotta

there ye go:

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ari,
can you please tell me the answer and then shortly explain how you got it? its just that ive got lots more homework

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please?

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ive a question

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hope that makes sense.

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ok so u know the squate with the 12 and 10?

- anonymous

the top would be 10 and the bottom 12 and the other side 12?

- AriPotta

what?

- AriPotta

red = 8ft, pink = 10ft, blue = 12ft

- anonymous

im trying to figure out the measurements

- AriPotta

look at the color of the sides. and the numbers in black in the rectangles are the areas. i added them up and got 472 which is less than 500

- anonymous

ok ingot the measurements right

- AriPotta

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- anonymous

mkay, i get it can u explain how u got the area for the twelve by ten ceiling? plz

- anonymous

yes srry typpo

- AriPotta

12 x 10 = 120...

- anonymous

oh ok l times w

- anonymous

yes?

- AriPotta

yes..

- anonymous

i get it. lets go topic no.four on the second link plz

- AriPotta

that was 4 on the second link?

- anonymous

i mean pic 2

- anonymous

srry

- AriPotta

just number 4?

- anonymous

no, i mean the other part of the workshhet. ppicture two on that same link

- anonymous

please?

- anonymous

the net of a cube is showb below...

- AriPotta

what do you think it is?

- anonymous

hmm,let me re read

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brb, im taking a look at it

- anonymous

13.5

- AriPotta

yes

- anonymous

yayyy

- anonymous

let us try number 2?

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ill message u what i get

- AriPotta

tell me what you think it is. it's likt number 3 and 4 from the last one

- AriPotta

like*

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give me one sec

- anonymous

ummm let me find the ,easurements yes?

- anonymous

that one is hard for me

- AriPotta

find the area of each rectangle and add them up....red = 4in, blue = 5in, and pink = 12in

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o ur smart let me see the file real quick

- anonymous

mm, ok, so l times w for each and add them up?

- AriPotta

find the area of the rectangles....area of a rectangle = lw. then add up all the areas.

- anonymous

okay. brb

- anonymous

am calculating

- anonymous

60+48+20+48+60?

- AriPotta

there's 6 rectangles. you forgot a 20 :) 60+48+20+48+60+20

- anonymous

o yea srry
tnx for ur patience..brb

- anonymous

i got 256

- AriPotta

yep

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ill try the next one

- anonymous

tnx ari ur very cool! ill try the next one,brb

- anonymous

6 times 5 times six plus five^2

- AriPotta

you're doing number 3, right?

- anonymous

no four srry

- anonymous

is that the right way to do it?

- AriPotta

area of a triangle = (bh)/2. 5(6)/2 = ?

- anonymous

ummm.m15?

- AriPotta

yes. so there's 4 of those triangles. so 15(4) = ?

- anonymous

60

- AriPotta

and then there's a square. so 5(5) = ?

- anonymous

25

- anonymous

g?!! ur a genius!

- AriPotta

yes, g :)

- anonymous

now number three, and then can u help me with the nets activity

- AriPotta

:L

- anonymous

i beg of u
ill explain. then ill leave u alone

- anonymous

i really need to get this dpne, ari. please.

- anonymous

can u give me the answer to 3 really quick? iill ask someone else anout the activity if u like

- AriPotta

3 is b

- anonymous

okay. tnx.

- anonymous

no can do about the actuivity?

- AriPotta

i think you can do the activity :)

- anonymous

can u explain how plz?

- anonymous

Ok. tnnx for ur help

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