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Volume Interior/ Deconstructive Solid Geometry

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turki
06-08-2008
08:10 PM ET (US)
نتائج الثانويه العامه
-العاب
ماسنجر-توبيكات
نكات-ثيمات
عبارات للماسنجر-ثيمات نوكيا
العاب الجوال-صور
قديو يوتيوب-sitemap1
العاب سهله
ثيمات n70
ثيمات جديده ثيمات
n80 n90 
ثيمات
جونان
مكتبة الثيمات 
n80
n70 n91
n73
العاب جوال , العاب جوالات ,
العاب الجوال ,
العاب للجوال ,
العاب
لجوال
, ثيمات ,
ثيمات نوكيا , ثيمات جوال ,
n73 ,
ثيمات موبايل
, برامج جوال ,
برامج جوال نوكيا ,
برامج
جوالات
برامج
N73 ,
برنامج
جوال ,
برنامج جوال
N73
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Christian
11-27-2005
01:43 PM ET (US)
PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS PROBLEM!

the perimeter of a regular decagon is 30y(squared)+50.
what is the sum of any three sides? Leave your answer in terms of y.

AGAIN PLEASE HELP & THANK YOU!!!
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julie
05-14-2004
09:19 AM ET (US)
Can the volume of a solid, say a torus, be found easliy without using a definite integral? What is the volume of a torus ( formula, please)? Where should I look for formulas for " exotic" solids?
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Annie
04-01-2004
11:13 PM ET (US)
let R and S be the regions in the first quadrant. The region R is bounded by the x-axis and the graphs of y=2-x^3 and y=tanx. The reigon S is bounded by the y-axis and the graphs of y=2-x^3 and y=tanx. Find the area of R. Find the area of S. Find the volume of the solid generated when S is revolved about the x-axis.

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