Solve for
N
We
use the Solve for N technique to determine the value of an unknown
number in a proportion.....read more

The Pythagorean
Theory
states that the square of the short leg A added to the square of
the next leg B will equal the square of the long side or hypotenuse
C......read more

Working
with fractions,
we need
to be able to convert the value to a proportional number so we can
add or subtract them. As shown in the linked image, by dividing both
the numerator and the denominator...read
more 
Analyzing
shapes
to determine the volume, surface area, crosssectional area and perimeter
of a component is an essential skill for architects, designers and
engineers ........read more 
Solving
for a variable
in simple and complex equiations is a task the architects, designers
and engineers complete daily...... read
more 