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" The content of a cistern is the sum of two cubes whose edges are 10 inches and 2 inches, and the area of its base is the difference of two squares whose sides are 1¿ and If feet. "
Mensuration for Beginners: With Numerous Examples - Page 272
by Isaac Todhunter - 1869 - 296 pages
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Arithmetic for Schools

Barnard Smith - 1854
...would be the weight of a 15s. piece, containing 92-5 per cent, pure gold, and the rest silver 1 4. The content of a cistern is the sum of two cubes whose edges are 10 and 12 inches respectively, and the area of its base is the difference of two squares whose sides are...
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The civil service arithmetic. [With] A key, Book 1

Robert Johnston (F.R.G.S.) - 1863
...£375, and 3 months after sold them for £412 10s., how much per cent. per annum was the gain ? 219.* The content of a cistern is the sum of two cubes,...base is the difference of two squares whose sides are l1 and 1§ feet. Find its depth. 220. How much paper, } yard wide, will be required for a room that...
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Civil service examinations. Solutions of questions on arithmetic and book ...

John Hunter (of Uxbridge.) - 1863
...1 125 9217 7651 780300 1532x2= 3064 783364 1566728 1566728 (d) The content of a cistern is the sura of two cubes whose edges are 10 inches and 2 inches,...the difference of two squares whose sides are 1¿ and If feet. Find its depth. Cistern's content = 103 + 23= 1008 cubic inches=1^r of a cubic foot. Area...
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Guide to the Civil service

Henry White - 1864
...it to gain 15 per cent.? (4). Find the cube root of 134217728. (e). Multiply -002i by 48-026. (d). The content of a cistern is the sum of two cubes whose...base is the difference of two squares whose sides are 1-J- and If feet. Find its depth. (e). If a man rows 10 miles in 2 hours and a half against a stream,...
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Handbook to government situations: or, The queen's Civil service considered ...

Civil service - 1866
...cube root of 134217728 ; and the square root exactly of 2515114. 3. Multiply -0021 by 48-02ÍJ. 4. The content of a cistern is the sum of two cubes whose...the difference of two squares whose sides are 1¿ and If feet. Find its depth. 5. If a man rows 10 miles in 2 hours and a half against a stream, the...
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Artithmetic theoretical and practical

William Harding Girdlestone - 1867
...sell it to gain 15 per cent. ? 2. Find the cube root of 134217728. 3. Multiply -0021 by 48-026. 4. The content of a cistern is the sum of two cubes whose...two squares whose sides are 1 J and If feet. Find its depth. 5. If a man rows 10 miles in 2 hours and a half against a stream, the rate of which is 3...
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Guide to the Civil service

Henry White - 1867
...cube root of 134217728. (c). Multiply -0021 by 48-026. (d). The contents of a cistern is the sum of 2 cubes whose edges are 10 inches and 2 inches, and...is the difference of two squares whose sides are 1^ and If feet. Find its depth. e If a man rows 10 miles in 2 hours and a half against a stream, the rate...
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Arithmetic for the use of Schools. Designed to assist Candidates preparing ...

W. M. LUPTON - 1867
...per cent. ? (95) Find the cube root of 194104539. (96) Multiply .0021 by 48.026. (97) The contents of a cistern is the sum of two cubes whose edges are 10 in. and 2 in. ; and the area of its base is the différence of two squares whose sides are 1J and 1|...
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Examples in arithmetic. (revised) by J. Bell, Volume 2

Henry Austin Oram - 1869
...Multiply -OÓ2Í by 48-026. 95. The content of a cistern is the sum of 2 cubes, whose edges are 10 and 2 inches, and the area of its base is the difference of 2 squares whose sides are Ц and I i{ ft. Find its depth. 96. If a man rows 10 miles in 2i hours against...
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The National Schoolmaster, Volumes 5-6

Schools - 1875
...}*«*«*>» -quired. R p [Answered also by TP Sargent, J. Johnson, F. Lee Cleland, "Joe," and B. Johnson.] 2. The content of a cistern is the sum of two cubes, whose edges are ten inches and two inches, the area of its base is the difference of tu-o squares, whose sides are...
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