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What is the perimeter of triangle ABC? Round to the nearest tenth.

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how much is one block

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each block is one unit
yea but does he want yhe ans in units
I don't think so, I guess It'll be just each block = 1unit... not necessary cm, nor m, nor none of those. since a unit isn't specific I think its appropriate
A.Y_swagger; based on the figure you pretty much know the length of CB and AB. once you know that just use the Pythagorean theorem. A^2+B^2=c^2 once you know C^2 get the sqrt and then just add up A B C
yea ok
cb = 5 units ab = 3 units
how does that get me my answer
with that you now know two sides of the right triangle. You still need to find out the hypotneus idk how to spell it,
which to find it you use the theory I mentioned above
a^2 + b^2 = c^2?
yea, and then just solve for c
thanks Tinman
yea np
for my final answer i got 15
its should be less, show me how you found c; perhaps I confused you
the answer should be 13.83
juan_9292 r u still there
a^2+b^2=c^2 where c= √(a^2+b^2) = √(5^2+3^2)=√25+9) = √(34) so to find the perimeter you add up all of them. 5+3+√(34) which as Tinman found=13.83 and yea, just having internet problems now and then
or ok cuz i was goin to explain
I was waiting to see if A.Y_swagger sent his work, but he didn't so I posted it up.
Yes the answer is 13.8

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