# Document 10818957

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28.
[Probability]
[Area]
*
Find the area of the shaded region below.
A die is rolled, then a coin tossed. Complete
the tree diagram below to illustrate the possible
outcomes.
Start
:
1
Die
Coin
24.
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2
3
4
5
6
/\
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/\
/\
/\
H T ---------HTHTHTHTHT
10 in.
,-
~
29.
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37.5 in.2
[Volume]
*
A square pyramid of base 3 cm by 3 cm is
made from 18 cm 3 of clay. What is the height
of the pyramid?
[Geometry]
Two of the triangles below are similar. Which
is the odd one out?
C)
A)
B)
6 em
v
30.
[Surface Area] *
Use S.A.
= 1tr(r
+ s) and 1t
&quot;&quot;
2J-to find the
surface area of the cone below.
110 mm2
25.
31.
[Angles]
*
Find the value of xc.
[Pythagorean
Theorem
/ Trigonometry]
*
Find the value of x, given sin a
=0.3
x~
32.'
[Problem Solving 1] *
Fill in the magic square below.
[Every row. column and diagonal has the same sum.]
1 5 9
4i8 2
2 6 5
3 i7
10.I 4
3
7 11
812
6
5:
:
26.
[Measurement
Convert
/Time]
10 km2 to m2.
10,000,000
27.
[Perimeter]
*
m
913
4
2
Find the perimeter, in feet, of the square below.
33.
[Problem
Solving
2]
*
I have square paving tiles in two different
colors. I want you to design for me a paved
area that is made up of a rectangle in one color
surrounded by a border in the other color.
I want however to use exactly the same number
of tiles of each color and I want the total
paved area to be as large as possible.
How many tiles do I need?
White 4.1
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