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If 10,000 microns=1 cent. and 100,000,000 angstrom units=1 cent.

how many angstrom units equal 1 micron?

Answers:

A. 0.00000000000000001 or something, but you know it is wrong

B) 0.0001

C) 10,000

D) 100,000

E) 1,000,000,000,000

At first, I chose B) because I divided microns by angstroms. So how do you solve this kind of problem?? These are usually the problems that I have difficulty on. I know I'm dumb. xD

Hey if anyone here has the BlueBook then can you turn to page 337. I have a question on #6. I got the right answer the first time because: Since all triangles are .5bh and the base is all the same (radius line seg. OX), then all you would need to consider is the height right?

Please answer this: Do you find all triangles' area from the equation 1/2bh?? Does it apply to any type of triangle? You find the height from the vertex of a corner of a triangle correct? and it has to be perpendicular to the base?

Thanks a lot guys!

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