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Morro, San Juan, Puerto Rico, EL
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- Morro, San Juan, Puerto Rico, EL
Detroit Publishing Co. , copyright claimant
Detroit Publishing Co., publisher
Created / Published
Castillo de San Felipe del Morro (San Juan, P.R.)
Forts & fortifications
Puerto Rico—San Juan
Dry plate negatives.
Dry plate negatives
Negative broken lower left.
Detroit Publishing Co. no. 08886.
Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.
1 negative : glass ; 8 x 10 in.
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GDZ in mathematics Grade 2 textbook Moro, Volkov part 2
- Type: GDZ, Reshebnik.
- Author: Moro M. I., Volkova S. I., Beltyukova G. V.
- Year: 2020.
- Series: School of Russia (FSES).
- Publisher: Education.
Solution book — page 52 Finished homework
Measure the sides of a rectangle and explain how you can calculate its perimeter in different ways.
1) Perimeter is the sum of the lengths of all sides.
2 + 5 + 2 + 5 = 14 (cm)
2) Since the opposite sides of a rectangle are equal,
then you can repeat the width and length twice,
that is, multiply by two, and add the results.
(2 ∙ 2) + (5 ∙ 2) = 14 (cm)
3) You can add the length and width and multiply the result by two.
(2 + 5) ∙ 2 = 14 (cm)
Draw a rectangle with sides 3 cm and 4 cm and calculate its perimeter.
a = 4 cm
h = 3 cm
R pr. = ? cm
R pr. \u003d (a + c) ∙ 2
R pr. \u003d (4 + 3) ∙ 2
R pr. = 14 cm
Answer: R pr. = 14 cm.
The owner had 12 rabbits: 8 black and the rest white. How many white rabbits were there?
Compose and solve problems inverse to the given one.
Mom is 32 years old, grandfather is 30 years older than mother, and grandmother is 3 years younger than grandfather. How old is grandma?
Make up a problem on a short note and solve it.
Several kilograms of potatoes were brought to the canteen. For lunch, at first they used 5 kg, and later another 6 kg of potatoes. After that, 30 kg of potatoes remained. How many kilograms of potatoes were brought to the canteen?
30 + (5 + 6) = 41 (kg) — potatoes were brought to the dining room.
Answer: 41 kg.
My grandmother had 12 kg of sugar. To make jam, she also bought a few kilograms of sugar and she had 50 kg of sugar. How many kilos of sugar did grandma buy?
50 − 12 = 38 (kg) — grandmother bought sugar.
Answer: 38 kg.
Find the values of expressions k − 8 and k + 8 with k = 14, k = 36, k = 58 and k = 90.
k − 8
14 — 8 = 6
36 — 8 = 28
58 — 8 = 50
90 − 8 = 82
k + 8
14 + 8 = 22
36 + 8 = 44
58 + 8 = 66
90 + 8 = 98
Calculate with verification.
Draw such figures and draw 2 segments in each so that, cutting the figures along them, you can get 1 rectangle and 2 triangles in each case.
If you cut the shapes along the dotted lines, you get one rectangle and two triangles.
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GDZ in mathematics Grade 1 textbook Moro, Volkov Part 2
- Type: GDZ, Reshebnik.