... and 3d, 8 small squares, each having its side equal in length to the thickness of the plank. Since the box is twice as wide as it is high, and twice as long as wide, the area of an end is doubled in a side, and quadrupled in the top or bottom. Then... A key to the National arithmetic - Page 205by Benjamin Greenleaf - 1857Full view - About this book
| Education - 1856
...length to the aide of a large square, and in width to the thickness of the plank (2^ in.) ; and 3J, **8 small squares, each having its side equal in length...end, a side, and the top or bottom, contain 7 times** 38 many large squares, strips, and small squares as an end; that is, 14 large squares -j- 5i> strips... | |
| Henry Lewis Rietz - 1915
...square inches are there in a rectangle x feet wide and y feet long? 3. A brick whose height is x inches, **is twice as wide as it is high, and twice as long as** it is wide. What is its volume? 4. I take twice as long to walk from my house to the station uphill'... | |
| Henry Lewis Rietz, Arthur Robert Orathorne, Edson Homer Taylor - Algebra - 1915
...square inches are there in a rectangle x feet wide and y feet long? 3. A brick whose height is x inches, **is twice as wide as it is high, and twice as long as** it is wide. What is its volume? 4. I take twice as long to walk from my house to the station uphill... | |
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