POLYNOMIALS Copyright © 1999 by Clemson U & Casio, Inc. POLY-7 Clemson Algebra Project ONE SOLUTION TO PROBLEM 2: JEWELRY BOX CONSTRUCTION A. Using **centimeter** graph paper, determine how you will form a rectangular prism from the sheet metal.

GLE: [4] MEA-5 Measuring length to the nearest half-inch or [**centimeter** L] (M2.2.1, M2.2.3, & M2.2.4) State Items: 1. Circle the length of this line to the nearest ½ inch.

... • m for meter • mm for millimeter • cm for **centimeter** • km for kilometer • g for gram • mg for milligram • kg for kilogram • L for liter • mL for milliliter • m 2 for square meter • m 3 for cubic meter • km 2 for square kilometer • t for metric ton • ha for hectare Some special ...

Finally, explain that because their cube is 1 **centimeter** long, wide, and high, it is called a cubic **centimeter** . Just as **centimeters** are used to measure length and square **centimeters** are used to measure area, ...

Look at the ruler: there are 10 millimeters in each **centimeter**. Measuring lines First see how many whole **centimeters** long the line is. Then count how many millimeter-lines beyond that it reaches.

With k in units of micromhos per **centimeter** it is necessary to convert concentration to units of equivalents per cubic **centimeter**; therefore: ...

Study the pattern in the table when edge length of the large cube is used as input and the output is the number of small **centimeter** cubes that have 0 faces painted. a.

One cubic **centimeter** is the same volume as one milliliter. Measuring the volume of liquids Measuring the volume of liquids is easy. Pour the liquid into a marked container called a graduated cylinder and read the volume.

• A permissible exposure limit (PEL) of 0.1 fiber of asbestos per cubic **centimeter** of air as averaged over an 8-hour period, with an excursion limit of 1.0 asbestos fibers per cubic **centimeter** over a 30-minute period.

• Instruct Student 1 to use **centimeter** grid paper and cut out an 8-by-10 rectangle. Student 2 will cut out a 6-by-5 rectangle. • Tell students that the number of square units inside a figure is called its area.