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1. Baileigh is using a piece of string to hang a painting on the wall. The back of the painting is diagrammed below. What is the length of the string? A. 52 cm B. 26 cm C. 68 cm D. 34 cm

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What is the dimension of the rectangular/painting
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24 cm 24 cm 10 cm 10 cm Note: Picture not drawn to scale.
the answer is 26, am I right?
idk if i knew will i ask for help??
thats the answer.
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\[\sqrt {27}\]
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\[\sqrt {15}\]
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^^different question
the attach ment is different
So was my answer.
By the way, did you notice, I am actually ruining your life.
By answering questions which I shouldn't. You don't have any idea, how simple those problems were, and you still couldn't solve them
lol idc i hate math
wats the answer
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