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On veut que l'aire d'un trapèze soit 3 fois plus grande que l'aire d'un triangle.Il faut trouver les conditions sur x. TRADUCTON : It is wanted that the surface of a trapezoid is 3 times larger than the surface of a triangle. It is necessary to find the conditions on X.
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This lesson consists of providing you with a basic review of the formulas from geometry you will most likely encounter in algebra (and other math classes like trigonometry and calculus). This is NOT a detailed, formal lesson. Formulas and concepts covered include: Angles (complementary & supplementary) Triangles (perimeter and area) Isosceles triangle Equilateral triangle Right triangle The Pythagorean Theorem Similar triangles Perimeter and area formulas for Quadrilaterals (square, rectangle, parallelogram, trapezoid). Some diagonal formulas too, where applicable. Circles (radius, diameter, circumference, area) Cube (diagonal of face, diagonal of cube, surface area and volume) Rectangular box [or Rectangular Parallelepiped] (diagonal of box, surface area and volume) Prisms (Volume) Pyramids (Volume) Cone (slant height, lateral surface area, total surface area, volume) Cylinder (lateral surface area, total surface area, volume) Sphere (surface area and volume)
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Adrian Van Hooydonk, Head of Design - BMW Automobiles explains the secret behind the "shape of power": the exterior of the BMW 1 Series Coupé. A long bonnet, a set-back trapezoidal greenhouse and short overhangs: the BMW 1 Series Coupé looks quick, even when stationary. The clearly defined shoulder line and long wheelbase confidently highlight its perfect proportions from its muscular front to its powerful and wide rear. In line with legendary BMW 2002 tradition, the new BMW 1 Series Coupé provides the ideal measurements to deliver optimum driving dynamics.
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Adrian Van Hooydonk, Head of Design - BMW Automobiles explains the secret behind the "shape of power": the exterior of the BMW 1 Series Coupé. A long bonnet, a set-back trapezoidal greenhouse and short overhangs: the BMW 1 Series Coupé looks quick, even when stationary. The clearly defined shoulder line and long wheelbase confidently highlight its perfect proportions from its muscular front to its powerful and wide rear. In line with legendary BMW 2002 tradition, the new BMW 1 Series Coupé provides the ideal measurements to deliver optimum driving dynamics.
9 Feb 2009
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*******www.fertur-travel****/ayacucho_destinations.html The Huari ruins, dating to around A.D. 600, are nestled in a narrow valley in the arid Andean sierra. The once-immense urban complex is located northwest of the city of Ayacucho The complex of ruins includes ceremonial and residential centers, cemeteries and manufacturing zones. These zones were organized in a series of wall-in trapezoidal, rectangular and square areas. Fertur Peru Travel. A full service travel agency and tour operator dedicated to making your journey to Peru a dream come true. hotels peru peru tour huaraz peru caraz peru inca trail peru trip peru tourism peru alpamayo hiking peru travel agency peru climbing peru tour operator peru peru tourism trekking Peru peru flights peru bike tours tour companies
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*******www.fertur-travel****/cusco_to...Pisac is famous for its arts, craft and food market that takes over the town, and for the ruins of a fortress that stands on a high ridge nearby. It marks the starting point of the Sacred Valley of the Incas.Driving in from Cusco, you can see the white awnings that spread all over town for Market Day, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.Avenues and paths are draped in tapestries, pottery and artwork. As you get to the main square theyre replaced by a cornucopia of potatoes, corn, fruit and vegetables, all sold by women in traditional dress, along with stalls selling kitchen implements, and a rainbow selection of dyes and pigments.A short drive takes you to the top of the ridge, and the ruins of Inca Pisac, broken into four sections, each linked by a narrow path that hugs the ridge.The fortress and the Intihuatana or Temple of the Sun offer spectacular views of an amphitheatre-shaped valley filled with agricultural terraces. They continue high up on mountain ridges surrounding the site. The Incas dug up rich soil from the valley floor to grow huge crops of corn and quinoa at high altitudes.The ruined fortress looks across to a hillside pocked with funeral niches. The more intricate and elaborate curved stonework at the Temple of the Sun reveals the trapezoidal archways and smooth, gapless walls that are hallmarks of Inca architecture.Fertur Peru Travel.A full service travel agency and tour operator dedicated to making your journey to Peru a dream come true.Visit us at:*******www.fertur-travel****/cusco_to...trip to peruflights to peruperu flightsflight to peruTourism Peruperu airlinesPeru tours to Iquitoshotels peruperu tourhuaraz perucaraz peruinca trail perutrip perutourism perualpamayohiking perutravel agency peruclimbing perutour operator peruperu tourismtrekking Peruperu flightsperu bike tourstour companies
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*******www.fertur-travel****/cusco_tours.html Koricancha was the center of the Inca cosmos, the point from which 42 lines extend arrow-straight in all directions and sometimes for hundreds of miles out across the old Empire. Along these lines the Incas built hundreds of shrines. Koricancha is often called the Temple of the Sun, but that was just one of the buildings that makes up the complex. It’s an unusual sight, with the Convent of Santo Domingo built on top of Inca stonemasonry, but inside entire walls and rooms remain intact. These chambers were revealed when an earthquake damaged the convent in 1953, but left the Inca walls unharmed. Authorities decided to rehabilitate the site, and visitors can now walk through several of the temple’s original chambers. The dark stones, sharp edges and almost seamless stonework are the most intricate found in Peru. Trapezoidal archways and sloping walls show the Inca’s ingenious building techniques, but the curve of the outside wall, best seen from the street, is among their greatest achievements as stonemasons. The walls of this temple were once covered in pure gold plates, and implements and statues made from the precious metal filled the courtyard. Historians describe a “field” of corn, with leaves and stems of silver, and kernels made from gold. All of these objects were a central part of religious ceremonies devoted to the sun god Inti, and the creator god Viracocha, performed by hundreds of priests around the clock.. Much of the gold was taken from the temple and used as ransom by the last Inca emperor Atahualpa. The rest was melted down and shipped off to Europe by the Spanish in the early years of the conquest. Koricancha was not just a temple, it was also the Inca’s main observatory, the center of a grid of astronomical points around the city used to measure solar movements. It’s from this starting point that Cusco takes its original name Qosqo, meaning “navel of the world”. Fertur Peru Travel. A full service travel agency and tour operator dedicated to making your journey to Peru a dream come true.
29 Apr 2010
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