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anonymous

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perimeter and area of irregular figures

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  1. anonymous
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    Add the sides to get the perimeter and break up the figure into portions for which you can find the area. If you need further help, please post a more specific example.

  2. anonymous
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    is it a specific type?

  3. anonymous
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    I don't know

  4. anonymous
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    like they said break up into triangles, right triangles would be best, but if thety are not right you can use law of cosine/sine

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