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Solution: a. 14 for p, r ϭ 1 ft, and h ϭ 10 ft. 4 ft3 of gasoline. 14211 ft2 2110 ft2 b. 60 to fill the tank. Skill Practice 9a. Find the volume of soda in the can. 14 for p. Round to the nearest whole unit. b. Using your answer from part (a), how much soda is contained in a six-pack? 12 cm 6 cm 4. Angles Applications involving angles and their measure come up often in the study of algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and applied sciences. The most common unit used to measure an angle is the degree 1°2.

B. Using your answer from part (a), how much soda is contained in a six-pack? 12 cm 6 cm 4. Angles Applications involving angles and their measure come up often in the study of algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and applied sciences. The most common unit used to measure an angle is the degree 1°2. Several angles and their corresponding degree measure are shown in Figure R-9. 180Њ Straight Angle 90Њ Right Angle Acute Angle Obtuse Angle Figure R-9 • An angle that measures 90° is a right angle (right angles are often marked with a square or corner symbol, ٗ).

4 Ϭ 5 10 4 7 102. 2 Ϭ 5 11 1 7 103. 3 ϫ 5 8 1 4 104. 2 ϫ 2 5 2 105. 1 Ϭ 6 9 2 2 106. 2 Ϭ 5 7 107. A board 26 38 in. long must be cut into three pieces of equal length. Find the length of each piece. 3 26 8 in. 108. 218 ϩ 138 109. 1143 ϩ 1141 110. 156 Ϫ 78 112. 116 ϩ 334 113. 412 ϩ 223 114. 1 Ϫ 7 8 111. 213 Ϫ 56 115. 2 Ϫ 3 7 116. A futon, when set up as a sofa, measures 356 ft wide. When it is opened to be used as a bed, the width is increased by 134 ft. What is the total width of this bed? 117.