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Find the perimeter of the trapezoid. (see picture)

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Unless its equal to something, your answer would be...\[\frac{11x}{6}\]\[\frac{2x}{6},\frac{2x}{6},\frac{2x}{6},\frac{5x}{6},=\frac{11x}{6},\]
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Your Welcome, the commas are supposed to be "+" signs. :)
not 2x y 2x it's 1x
What are you talking about?
it's 1x/3+1x/3+1x/3+5/6 isn't it?
Yea? get a common denominator to add them. \[\frac{2x}{6}=\frac{x}{3}\]
o yha im not in my math brain today
ur rit!
It happens to the best of us. lol
yup I sometimes 4get about changing the denominators

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