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MATH125: Unit 1 Individual Project Answer Form

Mathematical Modeling and Problem Solving

ALL questions below regarding SENDING A PACKAGE and PAINTING A
BEDROOM must be answered. Show ALL step-by-step calculations, round
all of your final answers correctly, and include the units of
measurement. Submit this modified Answer Form in the Unit 1 IP
Submissions area.

All commonly used formulas for geometric objects are really
mathematical models of the characteristics of physical objects. For
example, a basketball, because it is a sphere, can be partially
modeled by its distance from one side through the center (radius,
r) and then to the other side by the diameter formula for a sphere:
D = 2r.

For familiar two-dimensional variables length, L, and width, W, the
perimeter and area formulas for a rectangle are mathematical models
for distance around the rectangle (perimeter, P) and the region
enclosed by the sides (area, A), respectively:

P = 2L + 2W and A = L x W

Along with another variable, height, H, a three-dimensional
rectangular prism’s volume and surface area can be measured. For
example, the formulas for a common closed cardboard box’s inside
space (volume, V) and outside covering (surface area, SA) are
respectively:

V = L x W x H and SA = 2(L x W) + 2(W x H) + 2(L x H)

For this IP assignment follow Polya’s principles to solve your
chosen problem, and include the following:

Explain your interpretation of what the problem is about.

Develop and write down a strategy for solving this problem; show
the steps in the correct order for your attempted solution.

Did your strategy actually solve the problem? How do you
know?

Suppose your solution did not solve the problem—what would be your
next action?

SENDING A PACKAGE

Your goal is to construct a rectangular box with a top on it that
has the smallest possible surface area in which a football and a
basketball, both fully inflated, will just fit into at the same
time. The following are the measurements of the football and
Mathematical

What box dimensions make a good model for this situation? All
quantities are inside-of-the-box measurements. First, position the
football and basketball side-by-side. Then, slide the basketball so
that it is even with one point of the football. Now, measurements
can be made that will give the minimum width across both objects.
That will be the minimum width of the box with the smallest surface
area. Using the following diagrams, first find the exact LENGTH and
HEIGHT:

ANSWERS

LENGTH 11.55 inches

HEIGHT 9.55 inches

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Explain your answer here:

Football is the longest item I got the from the football which
11.55”

And the has the height which is 9.55”

Note that the diameters combined include an overlap; see the
cross-section perspective below. To find the WIDTH, you must first
account for this by applying the Pythagorean theorem. The WIDTH
will be the radius of the football plus the side b of the right
triangle below plus the radius of the basketball.

Here is the right triangle shown larger and labeled:

Find a and c. The measure of the hypotenuse, c, is the sum of the
two balls’ radii. The smaller side, a, is the difference of these
two radii. Find these two exact sides including the units of
measurement:

ANSWERS

a
2.0”

c 42.2”

Explain your answer here: a = 11.55 – 9.55
= 2.0 the difference of the two radii.

c = 11.55(2) + 9.55(2) = 84.40 the units of measure

Next, find b. Apply the Pythagorean theorem,a^2+b^2=c^2, using its
form:

b=√(c^2-a^2 )

Show all step-by-step calculations, including the units of
measurement, and round your final answer to the nearest
hundredth:

ANSWER

b 4.48

Explain your answer here:

C = 11.55(2) + 9.55(2) = 42.20(2)

b = the square root of C to the second power minus a to the second
power

Now, list all of the box’s dimensions in the chart below. Recall
from above: The WIDTH will be the radius of the football plus the
radius of the basketball plus the side b of the right triangle
above.

Show all step-by-step calculations, including the units of
measurement, and round your final answers to the nearest
tenth:

ANSWERS

LENGTH

WIDTH

HEIGHT

Explain your answer here:

Using Polya’s technique for solving problems, describe and discuss
the strategy, steps, formulas, and procedures you will use to solve
this problem.

Explain your answer here:

The minimum surface area corresponds to the minimum volume. Using
the formula and dimensions from above, find the box’s volume.

Show all step-by-step calculations, including the units of
measurement, and round your final answers to the nearest whole
measurement unit:

ANSWER

Volume

Explain your answer here:

Using the formula and dimensions from above, find the box’s surface
area.

Show all step-by-step calculations, including the units of
measurement, and round your final answers to the nearest whole
measurement unit:

ANSWER

Surface Area

Explain your answer here:

Demonstrate that your solution is correct. In other words, explain
why the box you have created is the smallest possible box.

Explain your answer here:

Answer #1

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