# SOLUTION: 31. Write the decimal equivalent, using the bar notation. 2/9 10. Subtract. 6 3/10 - 4 11/15 18. Find the area of the shaded part in the figure. Use 3.14 for PIE and r

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 Question 148731This question is from textbook Basic Math Skills with Geometry : 31. Write the decimal equivalent, using the bar notation. 2/9 10. Subtract. 6 3/10 - 4 11/15 18. Find the area of the shaded part in the figure. Use 3.14 for PIE and round your answer to one decimal place. It is a circle inside of a square with each side being 15ft. 21. Complete the statement, using the symbol < or >. 15/17 __ 0.815 This question is from textbook Basic Math Skills with Geometry Answer by stanbon(57984)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!31. Write the decimal equivalent, using the bar notation. 2/9 = 0.2 with a bar over the 2 ------------------------------------ 10. Subtract. 6 3/10 - 4 11/15 = 63/10 - 71/15 = (3*63/30) - (2*71/30) = (189 - 142)/30 = 47/30 ----------------- 18. Find the area of the shaded part in the figure. Use 3.14 for PIE and round your answer to one decimal place. It is a circle inside of a square with each side being 15ft. I don't know which part is shaded. The area of the square is 15^2 = 225 sq ft The area of the circle is (3.14)(7.5)^2 = 176.625 --------------------------------------- 21. Complete the statement, using the symbol < or >. 15/17 __ 0.815 17/17 R 815/1000 Cross multiply to get: 17000 R 815*17 17000 R 13855 ------------------- Since 17000 > 13855 Therefore (15/17) > 0.815 ============================== Cheers, Stan H.