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please could someone explain to me how to work the question out ASAP
Thank you so much!
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You will first need to find the volume of the water that she has in the tank. It is one of the shapes you have a formula for.
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You will first need to find the volume of the water that she has in the tank. It is one of the shapes you have a formula for.
There’s a formula for triangular prisms? 🤔
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There’s a formula for triangular prisms? 🤔
Yes. For any prism the volume is:
cross sectional area x length
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Yes. For any prism the volume is:
cross sectional area x length
Oh yeah I forgot about that thanks.
Is the answer yes?
because I worked out the cross sectional area using 1/2abSinC
then multiplied it by 50cm
= 9000cm^3
= 90 litres
so if one tablet is needed for every 15 litres
then only 6 tablets will be needed for 90 litres- right?
so she has enough but I have a feeling I went wrong somewhere :/
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(Original post by Cherrygrape1234)
Oh yeah I forgot about that thanks.
Is the answer yes?
because I worked out the cross sectional area using 1/2abSinC
then multiplied it by 50cm
= 9000cm^3
= 90 litres
so if one tablet is needed for every 15 litres
then only 6 tablets will be needed for 90 litres- right?
so she has enough but I have a feeling I went wrong somewhere :/
"Once a month"
In the working there is a missing 0 and no need to use sin area formula for a right angled triangle
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"Once a month"
In the working there is a missing 0 and no need to use sin area formula for a right angled triangle
I’m so confused :confused:
How are you meant to do it?
How would I work out the area without sin because isn’t it bxh/2 but I don’t know what the base is? And would the height be 50 cm?
Thank you
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I’m so confused :confused:
How are you meant to do it?
How would I work out the area without sin because isn’t it bxh/2 but I don’t know what the base is? And would the height be 50 cm?
Thank you
In the triangle, you're allowed to choose which sides are the base and perpendicular height, as long as they're perpendicular. You have a right angle so ...

Using the sin(C) rule is not wrong here, just unnecessary. What is sin(C) when you do it?
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In the triangle, you're allowed to choose which sides are the base and perpendicular height, as long as they're perpendicular. You have a right angle so ...

Using the sin(C) rule is not wrong here, just unnecessary. What is sin(C) when you do it?
I thought sin c was 90 (so I got the area to be 1800cm2)
So is the area 60 x 50 /2 = 1500cm2
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I thought sin c was 90 (so I got the area to be 1800cm2)
So is the area 60 x 50 /2 = 1500cm2
C is 90 so sin(C)=1. When you multiply by 1 the answer is unchanged.
So you're already doing base*height/2. 1800 is correct.

What year are you in?
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C is 90 so sin(C)=1. When you multiply by 1 the answer is unchanged.
So you're already doing base*height/2. 1800 is correct.

What year are you in?
Ohhhh I understand
I’m in year 11 and we are getting lots of past papers so im a bit rusty on this topic as I having dome it for a while
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"Once a month"
In the working there is a missing 0 and no need to use sin area formula for a right angled triangle
Where is the missing 0 🤔
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Where is the missing 0 🤔
Just check your calcs. Shouldn't take more than a minute.
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C is 90 so sin(C)=1. When you multiply by 1 the answer is unchanged.
So you're already doing base*height/2. 1800 is correct.

What year are you in?
She goes through 6 tablets each month so that would mean 72 tablets in a year so she does have enough right?
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Just check your calcs. Shouldn't take more than a minute.
I did and I still got the vol to be 90000cm3 ?
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She goes through 6 tablets each month so that would mean 72 tablets in a year so she does have enough right?
Do you really need to check that?
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I did and I still got the vol to be 90000cm3 ?
You posted nine thousand.
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You posted nine thousand.
I think it was a typo whoops
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Do you really need to check that?
Sorry I just wanted to make sure
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