The formula for the area of a square is , where is the side length. Estimate the side length of a square whose area is 74 square inches.
The volume, , of a sphere with radius length is given by . Find the radius length of a sphere with a volume of cm3. (Take .)
In a triangle whose base and height are equal, the base length is given by , where is the area of the triangle. Estimate, to the nearest whole number, the base length of this triangle if its area is 17 square meters.
The formula can be used to estimate the distance , in miles, you can see from a point feet above the horizon. Using the formula, determine, to the nearest tenth, the height of a foothill with a viewing distance of 19.6 miles.
The radius of a sphere is given by the formula , where is the sphere’s volume. Determine the difference in radius between a sphere with volume and a sphere with .