| Charles Hutton - Measurement - 1788 - 703 pages
...9. A may-pole, whofe top was broken off by a blaft of wind, flruck the ground at 1 5 feet cliftance **from the foot of the pole : what was the height of the whole may-pole,** fuppofing the length of the broken piece to be 39 feet ? Anf. 75 feet. QUEST. 10. Suppofe the breadth... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1807
...21 feet high, on the other side : required the breadth of the street ? Ans. 56-649 feet. EXAM. ix. **A maypole, whose top was broken off by a blast of...was the height of the whole maypole, supposing the** broken piece to measure 39 feet in length ? Ans. 75 feet. EXAM. x. At 170 feet distance from the bottom... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1811
...2 1 feet high, on the other side : required the breadth of the street? Ans. 56-649 feet. EXAM. ix. **A maypole, whose top was broken off by a blast of...was the height of the whole maypole, supposing the** broken piece to measure 39 feet in length? Ans. 75 feet. EkAM. x. At 170 feet distance from the bottom... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1811
...38. The top of a may-pole, being broken ofFby a blast of wind, struck the ground at 10 feet distince **from the foot of the pole ; what was the height of the whole** may-. pole, supposing the length of the broken piece to be 26 feet ? Ans. 50 feet, QUEST. 39. Seven... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1816
...2 1 feet high, on the other side : required the breadth of the street ? Ans. 56-649 feet. EXAM. ix. **A maypole, whose top was broken off by a blast of...wind, struck the ground at 15 feet distance from the** $>ot of the pole - what was the height of the whole maypole, supposing the broken piece to measure... | |
| Thomas Keith, William Hawney - 1817
...MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 29. The upper end of a May-pole was broken off l,ya blast of wind, and, in foiling, **struck the ground at 15 feet distance from the foot of the** part standing, the broken piece was 39 feet in length, what was the length of the May-pole ? , Ans,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1822
...breadth of the street ? Ans. 66-649 feet. EXAM. ix. A maypole, whose top was broken off by a blast •f **wind, struck the ground at 15 feet distance from the...was the height of the whole maypole, supposing the** broken piece to measure 39 feet in length ? Ans. 75 feet. EXAM. x. At 170 feet distance from the bottom... | |
| Peter Nicholson - Mathematics - 1825 - 372 pages
...may-pole, whose top was broken off by the wind, struck the ground at la feet distance from the bottom **of the pole; what was the height of the whole may-pole,...supposing the length of the broken piece to be 39 feet?** 145. — What will the diameter of a globe be, when its solidity and superficial content are equal... | |
| John Bonnycastle - Geometry - 1829 - 252 pages
...----- - ' _.. =z^. — —I - — — . — — . 24 4 23. A may-pole, whose top was broken off Tiy **a blast of wind, struck the ground at 15 feet distance from the** bottom of the pole : what was the height of the whole maypole, supposing the length of the broken piece... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1831
...breadth of the street ? Ans. 56-649 feet EXAM. ix. A maypole, whose top was broken off by a lila- 1 **of wind, struck the ground at 15 feet distance from...was the height of the whole maypole, supposing the** broken piece to measure 39 feet in length ? Ans. 75 feet. EXAM. x. At 170 feet distance from the bottom... | |
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