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23. 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. /\ 2 3 4 5 6 /\ /\ /\ /\ /\ H T ---------HTHTHTHTHT 10 in. ,- ~ 29. ~: 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 "" 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 page 52 1 110 @ Copyright. Not to be reproduced withoutpermission. J. B.Wright Echuca 2004 -