. centre de ressources dilemmes et doutes le visage humain de mathématiques Qui sommes-nous Problème de mois activités de promotion babillard
Centrale des maths - centraledesmaths.uregina.ca
Dilemmes & doutes
« D & D »
. .
topic card  



liste de
. .
nouvelle recherche

13 articles trouvés pour ce sujet.
A deck that is half an ellipse 2016-02-28
Steve pose la question :
On your website, I was reading a question and your response from a girl named Angela in which you provided a formula by which her father, a welder, could figure out points on an arc corresponding to equal 3' intervals on a 30' chord where the vertex was 1' off the chord. Is there an equivalent formula when working with an ellipse? I suspect this change will make the calculations significantly more complex. I am building a deck that is half an oval, and would like to be able to mark out the perimeter by measuring the distance from regular intervals on the primary access to a corresponding point on the perimeter. I will then connect the points on the perimeter and cut a reasonably smooth arc. The length of the primary access will be 22' and width of the deck at the vertex is 9'. I would like to be able to know the distance from the primary axis to a point on the perimeter at equal intervals of 6" along the primary axis. Can you help?
Penny Nom lui répond.
Drawing cards from a standard 52-card deck 2012-07-07
Fatima pose la question :
My daughter has to complete the project in probability chapter.Her gave her a complete probability chapter and told her to do all the problems.Out of them some questions I am not getting The question is like this please give me a detailed explanation. When drawing cards without replacement from a standard 52-card deck, find the maximum number of cards you could possibly draw and still get
a. fewer than three black cards
b. fewer than six spades
c. fewer than four face cards d.fewer than two kings

Penny Nom lui répond.
Two ways that a deck is square 2012-04-30
romel pose la question :
describe two ways that a deck is square
Penny Nom lui répond.
Hexadecagon 2009-09-20
Rick pose la question :
Is there an easy way to figure the even side lengths of a Hexadecagon in layman's terms, so I know how long to cut the exterior support boards for my pool deck. The pool is a 16' diameter Hexadecagon and my Wife wants a 4' wide splash deck all the way around which would make the outside 24' in diameter.
Chris Fisher and Harley Weston lui répond.
An octagonal deck 2009-04-01
Terry pose la question :
area of octagon deck? perimeter 128ft, distance from center to any side 19ft
Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
A wooden deck around a pool 2009-01-09
lupio pose la question :
a 20' pool is surrounded by a 3' wood deck, find the amount of material needed for the project
Robert Dawson and Penny Nom lui répond.
Constructing an octagonal deck around a circular pool 2007-04-20
Cliff pose la question :
[I am building an] octagonal desk encompassing 17 foot diameter circle for pool. I have seen other octagonal calculations but none of these tell me how much allowance for a circle to fit within the octagon without losing the circle edge can anyone help thanks cliff
Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
An octagonal deck 2006-10-29
R.M. pose la question :
I am building an octagon deck and I want to know what length to cut the outside boards.The overall is 12ft. wide.
Penny Nom lui répond.
Building an octagon-shaped deck 2006-07-11
Maurice pose la question :
I'm a landscaper and one of my customers wants me to build her an octagon shaped deck in the back yard that has a measurement of 16 by 16. I'm not sure of the way to measure for materials required. It will be built with 2 by 6 lumber with a half inch spacing between the 2 by 6.
Stephen La Rocque lui répond.
An octagonal deck 2005-06-07
Scott pose la question :
I want to build a octagonal deck. The wood I am using are cut in 8 foot lenghts. What I want to know is if the sides of the octagonal are 8 feet, what is the diameter. Also what are the angles of each side?
Penny Nom lui répond.
A new way to measure randomness 2003-12-31
Stephanie pose la question :

Last year, I did a science project in which I asked, "Which shuffles better, an automatic card shuffler or shuffling by hand?" To measure this I decided the "best" shuffler was the one to become random first. Last year, to measure randomness, I numbered cards 1-52 and had the subjects shuffle them until they broke up the rising sequences or reached 10 shuffles. (Usually 10 shuffles came first...) Anyway, I did the same thing with the automatic card shuffler, and, as hypothesized, the automatic card shuffler randomized the deck first.

This year, I have decided to continue the project. The problem is, I need a new way to measure randomness without the use of fancy computers or something. I have searched the Internet, I have posted my query on websites based on math, and I have searched the local library.

I have found many useful things on the Internet, but none of them can tell me a new way to measure randomness. I cannot do a perfect shuffle, and I am not terribly gifted in the art of using computers. If you have any information (anything will help) or advice, I would be greatly obliged.

Andrei Volodin lui répond.
A wooden deck around a pool 2003-07-09
Dat pose la question :
A pond is enclosed by a wooden deck that is 3 feet wide. The fence surrounding the deck is 100 feet long.
  1. If the pond is square, what are its dimensions?

  2. If the pond is rectangular and the length of the is three times its width, what are the dimensions of the pond?

  3. If the pond is circular, what is the diameter of the pond?

  4. Which pond has the most area?

Penny Nom lui répond.
72 cards 2001-09-03
A student pose la question :
What would be the probability of dealing a deck of 72 cards out in the exact orderly sequence that they were in when they were packaged after they have been throughly shuffled?
Andrei Volodin lui répond.



Centrale des maths reçoit une aide financière de l’Université de Regina et de The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.



accueil centre de ressources accueil Société mathématique du Canada l'Université de Regina PIMS