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Find the perimeter of the figure. Sorry the drawing will come.

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    |dw:1328077085080:dw|

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    93

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    Sorry this mouse is horrible.

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    22+22+19+30=93 the angles don't matter

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    What about the two missing sides? Do they figure in?

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    didn't see that sorry

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    The perimeter is the sum of all the lengths of the sides, there are 6 sides in this case. The four sides are obvious, being 22, 22, 19, and 30 The two missing sides have to be accounted for, since we know the lower length is 22, and the upper length is 19, the length of the smaller side is 22-9 And since we know the left side which is 30, is bigger than the right side, which is 22, the length of the smaller side is 30 -22 So, the total perimeter of the shape is 22 + 22 + 19 + 30 + 8 + 13

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    22- 19* 22 + 22 + 19 + 30 + 8 + 3 is the perimeter

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    this is pretty tricky but I'm guessing 104 double check it

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    I got 104

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