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Elementary Technical Mathematics

12th Edition

Dale Ewen

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337630580

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Section

Problem 1E:

Add: 832+9+56+2358

Problem 2E:

Add: 324+973+66+9430

Problem 3E:

Add: 384291147632_

Problem 4E:

Add: 78107452179123_

Problem 5E:

Add: 197+1072+10,877+15,532+768,098

Problem 6E:

Add: 160,000+19,000+4,160,000+506,000

Problem 7E:

Subtract and check: 75612397_

Problem 8E:

Subtract and check: 4000702_

Problem 9E:

Subtract and check: 98,40572,397

Problem 10E:

Subtract and check: 417,286287,156

Problem 11E:

Subtract and check: 40001180_

Problem 12E:

Subtract and check: 60,0009,876_

Problem 13E:

Find the total resistance in each series circuit:

Problem 14E:

Find the total resistance in each series circuit:

Problem 15E:

Approximately how many studs are needed for the exterior walls the building shown in Illustration 1?...

Problem 16E:

A pipe 24 ft long is cut into four pieces: first 4 ft long, the second 5 ft long, and the third 7 ft...

Problem 17E:

A welder needs to weld together pipes of lengths 10 ft, 15 ft, and 14 ft. What is the total length...

Problem 18E:

A welder ordered a 125-ft3 cylinder of argon gas, a semi-inert shielding gas for TIG welding. After...

Problem 19E:

Find the total input and output (I-O) in cubic centimeters (cm3)* for a patient. By how much does...

Problem 20E:

A student pilot must complete 40 h of total flight time as required for her private pilot...

Problem 21E:

Multiply: 56748_

Problem 22E:

Multiply: 8374203_

Problem 23E:

Multiply: 71,263255

Problem 24E:

Multiply: 1520320

Problem 25E:

Multiply: 68005200

Problem 26E:

Multiply: 30,0104080

Problem 27E:

Divide (use the remainder form with r): 47236

Problem 28E:

Divide (use the remainder form with r): 5308,736

Problem 29E:

Divide (use the remainder form with r): 466812

Problem 30E:

Divide (use the remainder form with r): 15,64836

Problem 31E:

Divide (use the remainder form with r): 67,56980

Problem 32E:

Divide (use the remainder form with r): 188,000120

Problem 33E:

An automobile uses gasoline at the rate of 31 miles per gallon (mi/gal or mpg) and has a 16-gallon...

Problem 34E:

An automobile uses gasoline at a rate of 12 kilometers per liter (km/L) and has a 65-litre tank. How...

Problem 35E:

A four-cylinder engine has a total displacement of 1300 cm3. Find the displacement of each piston.

Problem 36E:

An automobile travels 1274 mi and uses 49 gal of gasoline. Find its mileage in miles per gallon.

Problem 37E:

An automobile travels 2340 km and uses 180 L of gasoline. Find its fuel consumption in kilometers...

Problem 38E:

To replace some damaged ductwork, 20 linear feet of 8-in. 16-in. duct is needed. The cost is $13...

Problem 39E:

The bill for a new transmission was received. The total cost for labor was $516. If the car was...

Problem 41E:

A small Cessna aircraft has enough fuel to fly for 4 h. If the aircraft cruises at a ground speed of...

Problem 42E:

A small plane takes off and climbs at a rate of 500 ft/min. If the plane levels off after 15 min,...

Problem 43E:

Inventory shows the following lengths of 3-inch steel pipe: 5 pieces 18 ft long 42 pieces 15 ft long...

Problem 44E:

An order of lumber contains 36 boards 12 ft long, 28 boards 10 ft long, 36 boards 8 ft long, and 12...

Problem 45E:

Two draftspersons, operating the same computer plotter, each work 8 hours per day. One produces 80...

Problem 46E:

A shipment contains a total of 5232 linear feet of steel pipe. Each piece of pipe is 12 ft long. How...

Problem 47E:

The wall is 10 ft high and the vertical length of the window is 54 in. The center of the window...

Problem 48E:

A farmer expects a yield of 165 bushels per acre (bu/acre) from 260 acres of corn. If the corn is...

Problem 49E:

A farmer harvests 6864 bushels (bu) of soybeans from 156 acres. What is his yield per acre?

Problem 50E:

A railroad freight car can hold 2035 bu of corn. How many freight cars are needed to haul the...

Problem 51E:

On a given day, eight steers weighed 856 lb, 754 lb, 1044 lb, 928 lb, 888 lb, 734 lb, 953 lb, and...

Problem 52E:

What is the weight (in tons) of a stack of hay bales 6 bales wide, 110 bales long, and 15 bales...

Problem 53E:

From a 34-acre field, 92,480 lb of oats are harvested. Find the yield in bushels per acre. (1 bu of...

Problem 54E:

A standard bale of cotton weighs approximately 500 lb. How many bales are contained in 15 tons of...

Problem 55E:

A tractor costs $175,000. It has a 10-year life and a salvage value of $3000. What is the annual...

Problem 56E:

How much pesticide powder would you put in a 400-gal spray tank if 10 gal of spray, containing 2 lb...

Problem 57E:

Daylilies are to be planted along one side of a 30-ft walk in front of a house. The daylilies are...

Problem 58E:

A potato patch has 7 rows with 75 hills of potatoes per row. If each potato hill yields 3 lb of...

Problem 59E:

Using Ohms law, find the current I in amps (A) in each electric circuit (see Example 9):

Problem 60E:

Using Ohms law, find the current I in amps (A) in each electric circuit (see Example 9):

Problem 61E:

Ohms law, in another form, states that in a simple circuit the voltage E (measured in volts, V)...

Problem 62E:

Ohms law, in another form, states that in a simple circuit the voltage E (measured in volts, V)...

Problem 63E:

A hospital dietitian determines that each patient needs 4 ounces (oz) of orange juice. How many...

Problem 64E:

During 24 hours, a patient is to receive three 60-mg doses of phenobarbital. Each tablet contains 30...

Problem 66E:

A nurse used two 5-g tablets of potassium permanganate in the preparation of a medication. How much...

Problem 67E:

A sun room addition to a home has a wall 14 ft 6 in. long measured from inside wall to inside wall....

Problem 68E:

A solid concrete block wall is being built around a rectangular storage building with outside...

Problem 69E:

A sheet of plywood 8 ft long is painted with three equally spaced stripes to mark off a hazardous...

Problem 70E:

In a small machine shop, eight 5-gallon drums of oil are on hand. If 2 gallons are used each day and...

Problem 71E:

Using a process called cruising timber, foresters can estimate the amount of lumber in board feet in...

Problem 72E:

In tilapia aquaculture production, a feed conversion ratio of 2 lb of high-protein pelleted feed per...

Problem 73E:

A banquet facility has section areas separated with folding walls. Section A has a total of 50...

Problem 74E:

Each beef export loin will yield 11 prime rib servings. a. How many beef export loins are needed to...

Problem 75E:

A delivery to the kitchen includes the following: 2 boxes of bakers (potatoes, 90 per box), 3 boxes...

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Chapter 1 - Basic ConceptsChapter 1.1 - Review Of Basic OperationsChapter 1.2 - Order Of OperationsChapter 1.3 - Area And VolumeChapter 1.4 - FormulasChapter 1.5 - Prime FactorizationChapter 1.6 - Introduction To FractionsChapter 1.7 - Addition And Subtraction Of FractionsChapter 1.8 - Multiplication And Division Of FractionsChapter 1.9 - The U.s. System Of Weights And Measures

Chapter 1.10 - Addition And Subtraction Of Decimal FractionsChapter 1.11 - Rounding NumbersChapter 1.12 - Multiplication And Division Of Decimal FractionsChapter 1.13 - PercentChapter 1.14 - Rate, Base, And PartChapter 1.15 - Powers And RootsChapter 1.16 - Applications Involving Percent: Business And Personal FinanceChapter 2 - Signed Numbers And Powers Of 10Chapter 2.1 - Addition Of Signed NumbersChapter 2.2 - Subtraction Of Signed NumbersChapter 2.3 - Multiplication And Division Of Signed NumbersChapter 2.4 - Signed FractionsChapter 2.5 - Powers Of 10Chapter 2.6 - Scientific NotationChapter 2.7 - Engineering NotationChapter 3 - The Metric SystemChapter 3.1 - Introduction To The Metric SystemChapter 3.2 - LengthChapter 3.3 - Mass And WeightChapter 3.4 - Volume And AreaChapter 3.5 - Time, Current, And Other UnitsChapter 3.6 - TemperatureChapter 3.7 - Metric And U.s. ConversionChapter 4 - MeasurementChapter 4.1 - Approximate Numbers And AccuracyChapter 4.2 - Precision And Greatest Possible ErrorChapter 4.3A - The Vernier CaliperChapter 4.3B - The Vernier CaliperChapter 4.4A - The Micrometer CaliperChapter 4.4B - The Micrometer CaliperChapter 4.5 - Addition And Subtraction Of MeasurementsChapter 4.6 - Multiplication And Division Of MeasurementsChapter 4.7 - Relative Error And Percent Of ErrorChapter 4.8 - Color Code Of Electrical ResistorsChapter 4.9 - Reading ScalesChapter 5 - An Introduction To AlgebraChapter 5.1 - Fundamental OperationsChapter 5.2 - Simplifying Algebraic ExpressionsChapter 5.3 - Addition And Subtraction Of PolynomialsChapter 5.4 - Multiplication Of MonomialsChapter 5.5 - Multiplication Of PolynomialsChapter 5.6 - Division By A MonomialChapter 5.7 - Division By A PolynomialChapter 6 - Equations And FormulasChapter 6.1 - EquationsChapter 6.2 - Equations With Variables In Both MembersChapter 6.3 - Equations With ParenthesesChapter 6.4 - Equations With FractionsChapter 6.5 - Translating Words Into Algebraic SymbolsChapter 6.6 - Applications Involving EquationsChapter 6.7 - FormulasChapter 6.8 - Substituting Data Into FormulasChapter 6.9 - Reciprocal Formulas Using A CalculatorChapter 7 - Ratio And ProportionChapter 7.1 - RatioChapter 7.2 - ProportionChapter 7.3 - Direct VariationChapter 7.4 - Inverse VariationChapter 8 - Graphing Linear EquationsChapter 8.1 - Linear Equations With Two VariablesChapter 8.2 - Graphing Linear EquationsChapter 8.3 - The Slope Of A LineChapter 8.4 - The Equation Of A LineChapter 9 - Systems Of Linear EquationsChapter 9.1 - Solving Pairs Of Linear Equations By GraphingChapter 9.2 - Solving Pairs Of Linear Equations By AdditionChapter 9.3 - Solving Pairs Of Linear Equations By SubstitutionChapter 9.4 - Applications Involving Pairs Of Linear EquationsChapter 10 - Factoring Algebraic ExpressionsChapter 10.1 - Finding Monomial FactorsChapter 10.2 - Finding The Product Of Two Binomials MentallyChapter 10.3 - Finding Binomial FactorsChapter 10.4 - Special ProductsChapter 10.5 - Finding Factors Of Special ProductsChapter 10.6 - Factoring General TrinomialsChapter 11 - Quadratic EquationsChapter 11.1 - Solving Quadratic Equations By FactoringChapter 11.2 - The Quadratic FormulaChapter 11.3 - Applications Involving Quadratic EquationsChapter 11.4 - Graphs Of Quadratic EquationsChapter 11.5 - Imaginary NumbersChapter 12 - GeometryChapter 12.1 - Angles And PolygonsChapter 12.2 - QuadrilateralsChapter 12.3 - TrianglesChapter 12.4 - Similar PolygonsChapter 12.5 - CirclesChapter 12.6 - Radian MeasureChapter 12.7 - PrismsChapter 12.8 - CylindersChapter 12.9 - Pyramids And ConesChapter 12.10 - SpheresChapter 13 - Right Triangle TrigonometryChapter 13.1 - Trigonometric RatiosChapter 13.2 - Using Trigonometric Ratios To Find AnglesChapter 13.3 - Using Trigonometric Ratios To Find SidesChapter 13.4 - Solving Right TrianglesChapter 13.5 - Applications Involving Trigonometric RatiosChapter 14 - Trigonometry With Any AngleChapter 14.1 - Sine And Cosine GraphsChapter 14.2 - Period And Phase ShiftChapter 14.3 - Solving Oblique Triangles: Law Of SinesChapter 14.4 - Law Of Sines: The Ambiguous CaseChapter 14.5 - Solving Oblique Triangles: Law Of CosinesChapter 15 - Basic StatisticsChapter 15.1 - Bar GraphsChapter 15.2 - Circle GraphsChapter 15.3 - Line GraphsChapter 15.4 - Other GraphsChapter 15.5 - Mean MeasurementChapter 15.6 - Other Average Measurements And PercentilesChapter 15.7 - Range And Standard DeviationChapter 15.8 - Grouped DataChapter 15.9 - Standard Deviation For Grouped DataChapter 15.10 - Statistical Process ControlChapter 15.11 - Other Graphs For Statistical DataChapter 15.12 - Normal DistributionChapter 15.13 - ProbabilityChapter 15.14 - Independent EventsChapter 16 - Binary And Hexadecimal NumbersChapter 16.1 - Introduction To Binary NumbersChapter 16.2 - Addition Of Binary NumbersChapter 16.3 - Subtraction Of Binary NumbersChapter 16.4 - Multiplication Of Binary NumbersChapter 16.5 - Conversion From Decimal To Binary SystemChapter 16.6 - Conversion From Binary To Decimal SystemChapter 16.7 - Hexadecimal SystemChapter 16.8 - Addition And Subtraction Of Hexadecimal NumbersChapter 16.9 - Binary To Hexadecimal ConversionChapter A - Exponential EquationsChapter B - Simple Inequalities

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Add: 435+2600+18+5184+6Find the absolute value of each number: +5Given the metric prefix for each value: 0.001Give the number of significant digits (the accuracy) of each measurement: 4.06 kgFor any number a,a1=?Solve each equation and check: 2x+4=7Write each ratio in lowest terms: 7 to 28Complete the ordered-pair solution of each equation: x+2y=8 (3,)(0,)(4,)Draw the graphs of each pair of linear equations on the same set of coordinate axes. Find the point...

Find each product mentally: (c+d)(cd)If ab=0, what is known about either a or b?Classify each angle as right, acute, or obtuse:For Exercises 1-7, see Illustration 1. ILLUSTRATION 1 What is the length of the side opposite angle...Find each value rounded to four significant digits: tan143Find 35% of 360.Change each binary number to decimal form: 1101Graph each equation: y=3xDraw a graph for each inequality on the number line: x4

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