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Cylinder Area

In a cylinder, consider the following areas: a) lateral area (AL) We can observe the lateral area of ​​a cylinder making its plan: Thus, the lateral area of ​​the straight cylinder whose height is h and whose radius of the base circles are r is a rectangle of dimensions: b) base area (AB): circle area of ​​radius r.
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Challenge Response 118

Dividing the Camels The person who will divide the camels gives a camel to the 3 children. So they will have 36 camels. For the first one is given half of the camels (18 camels). He will make a profit, since his share would be 17.5 camels. For the second, it is given the third part (12 camels). He will make a profit because his share would be 11 and little.
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Challenge 102

Serginho Crossing the Bridge Difficulty Level: Serginho Malandro had to cross a bridge every day to date Roberleia. One day there was a policeman halfway across the bridge, not letting anyone cross. Whenever the cop saw someone trying to cross, he would send the person back.
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Supplementary Angles

Note the angles AÔB and BÔC in the figure below: The straight lines form a shallow angle. Check that: m (AÔB) + m (BÔC) = 180º In this case, we say that the angles AÔB and BÔC are supplementary. Thus: Two angles are supplementary when the sum of their measurements is 180º. Example: Angles measuring 82º and 98º are supplementary, since 82º + 98º = 180º.
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Orthogonal projection

The orthogonal projection of a point P on a plane is the intersection of the plane with the line perpendicular to it, conducted by the point P: The orthogonal projection of a geometric figure F (any set of points) on a plane is the set of orthogonal projections. of all F points about: Next: Distances between point, line and planes
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Hanoi Tower

The famous Tower of Hanoi game is a "puzzle" consisting of a base containing three pins, on which one discs are arranged on top of each other in ascending order from top to bottom. Objective: Move all discs to the right pin. Rules: By clicking and dragging with the mouse, you must move one disk at a time, since a larger disk can never be on top of a smaller disk.
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