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my homework is due in 20 minutes and i don't know what i should do the directions says write the units you would use to measure each

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  1. anonymous
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    okay, what do you have to measure?

  2. anonymous
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    a pentagon

  3. anonymous
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    do i have to answer the question with a number answer or do i write linear, perimeter, or cubic

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    how would you measure a pentagon? is that the question?

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    no, but are units linear, square, or cubic

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    linear, if you are measuring the perimter, square if you are measuring the area

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    since pentagon is two dimensional, it does not have volume, so there are no cubic measurements for a pentagon.

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