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DimDanny

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What is the perimeter of the following polygon? Answer 10 units 16 units 24 units 44 units

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    explain please?

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    For the bottom of the triangle, its 6 units long but since both halves of teh both are equal, each half is 3 units long. So on the right triangle half, the base is 3 and the right side of it is 4 long. So using the pythagorean theorem, you can get that the hypotenuse is 5 units long.|dw:1335830151923:dw|

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    Both halfs of the bottom are equal*

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    ah, ok i get it

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