# New PDF release: (83, 64)-Konfigurationen in Laguerre-, Mobius-und weiteren

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The McGraw-Hill Companies. All Rights Reserved. The Streeter/Hutchison Series in Mathematics Basic Mathematical Skills with Geometry 56. Beginning reading End reading Gallons used Diesel Unleaded Super Unleaded 73,255 28,387 82,349 19,653 81,258 8,654 57. Total 58. The land areas, in square miles (mi2), of three Paciﬁc coast states are California, 155,959 mi2; Oregon, 95,997 mi2; and Washington, 66,544 mi2. 54. SOCIAL SCIENCE How much larger is California than Oregon? 55. SOCIAL SCIENCE How much larger is California than Washington?

A) 94; (b) 91; (c) 93 9. (a) 766; (b) 953 10. 31,671 11. 117 in. 12. 38 in. 13. 42 ft The Streeter/Hutchison Series in Mathematics In words, we say that the perimeter of a rectangle is twice its length plus twice its width. Example 13 uses formula (1). Basic Mathematical Skills with Geometry (2) © The McGraw-Hill Companies. All Rights Reserved. Formula for the Perimeter of a Rectangle 26 Baratto−Bergman: Hutchison’s Basic Mathematical Skills with Geometry, Eighth Edition 1. 2 b Reading Your Text The following ﬁll-in-the-blank exercises are designed to ensure that you understand some of the key vocabulary used in this section.

C Example 5 Subtracting When Regrouping Is Needed 52 ϭ 50 ϩ 2 < Objective 4 > Do you see that we cannot subtract in the ones column? Ϫ 27 ϭ 20 ϩ 7 We regroup by borrowing 1 ten in the minuend and writing that ten as 10 ones: ϩ2 50 ͕ or 40 ϩ ͕ 40 ϩ 10 ϩ 2 12 Basic Mathematical Skills with Geometry We now have 52 ϭ 40 ϩ 12 Ϫ 27 ϭ 20 ϩ 7 20 ϩ 5 or We can now subtract as before. 25 In practice, we use a more convenient short form for the subtraction. 52 Ϫ 27 The Streeter/Hutchison Series in Mathematics © The McGraw-Hill Companies.