**Answer:**

The missing height is approximately 78.8011 feet.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To solve for the height of the kite, you need to use a trigonometry function called sine. Sine - or sin when used to calculate - is most commonly used for right triangles, and the sine of a right triangle angle is equivalent to the side opposite (or the only side of the right triangle that does not help create that angle) of the angle divided by the hypotenuse of the right triangle. So you can now create the following function to solve the height: sin(52°) = where x represents the unknown height of the kite. From there, you can get that 52°, which equals approximately 78.8011 feet. Since there isn't a specific decimal place to round to, I rounded the answer to four decimals. If your teacher asks you to round to a specific place value, use 78.8011 to get your simplified answer.

Still begging? OK. Let's do it with algebra first then put in the numbers.

We're given the Circumference of a circle C, and we want the area A.

The radius is related to the circumference by

C = 2π r

The area is related to the radius by

A = π r²

Solving for r in the first equation,

r = C/(2π)

So the area is

A = π ( C/(2π) )² = πC²/(4π²) = C²/(4π)

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OK we're given C=25 1/7 inches, π≈22/7

C = (7×25 + 1)/7 = 176/7 = (22×8)/7

That's a little convenient.

A = C²/4π = ( (22×8)/7 )² / (4 (22/7) ) = (8²/4) (22/7) = (16*22)/7 = 352/7

After those nice numbers they want an approximation. How disappointing.

A = 50.2857142857 sq inches

Answer: **50.29**

**Answer: Our required function F(t) would be **

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since we have given that

Let the number of hours be 't'.

Amount for each hour = $6

Let F(t) be the total fee for a single job that took t hours for her to complete.

According to question, for 4 hour job, total fee is $32.

So, it becomes,

**Hence, our required function F(t) would be **