Algebra: Age Word Problems

May 28th, 2015
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Age problems are algebra word problems that deal with the ages of people currently, in the past or in the future. If the problem involves a single person, then it is similar to an Integer Problem.

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Question 1In UCSI University, a point called the geographical centre of UCSI and named the UCSI Space Centre (as shown in Figure 1.0) has been designed by the UCSI Architecture Department. The cost of the land is proportional to land area. The shapes that we can see from the map are: rectangle, circle, catch-all polygon and others, by which you can make multiple-sided shape. The location of the layout are map on the surface along the X-axis and Y-axis. The principle of computation seems to follow the definition for the Application of Integration.Figure 1.0 UCSI Space CentreFind the green bounded area.Question 2Malaysia is getting hotter each year, and yearly rainfall levels continue to decline. With UCSI Managment-imposed water restrictions and the Water Corporations recent Target 10 campaigns (which aims to assist students to reduce their water usage by 3 litres of water

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