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Suppose the side lengths and height of the triangle were doubled. What effect would this have on the perimeter? the are? Justify your answer (: @Geometry

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    |dw:1320880149588:dw|

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    That's a 9 in the middle

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    the perimeter is a linear measurement; if you double the linear measurements, well, .... they double

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    So then what would P - 33m be doubled to?

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    P = 33**

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    what does it mean to double?

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    It means if you double the number 33 what would it be?

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    As in like would you just add 33 more to it or what?

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    yes, that is what it means to double. To add the same amount twice. 2 doubled is 4 5 doubled is 10. it just means to add it to itself

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    33 doubled is 33+33

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    33 + 33 = 66.

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    yep :) and to justify your answer, double all the side measures and add them up as well.

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