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Match each shape with its perimeter or circumference. Use 3.14 for (PI) and round to the nearest whole number where necessary. A. 19 cm B. 14 cm C. 12 cm D. 16 cm

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  1. xoxosweetx3
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    i will attach the file hold on

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    @xoxosweetx3 How many edges does the figure have?

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    Can you perimeter is first?

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  5. xoxosweetx3
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    yes 2x6= 12

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    Define**

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    hmm ? the figure has 6 sides and the number it has is 2 . I multiplied 6 by 2 and i got 12

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    Your questions asking for a perimeter or circumference...Circumference can only be applicable to a circle, and thus, you have your answer.

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    so 12 is the answer ?

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    Unless..I am comprehending the question incorrectly..

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    Ok @apoorvk anything to say ?

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    so, six sides, each of '2' units. perimeter means - sum of lengths of all sides. so, so what? perimeter here = 2+2+..+2 (6 times ) = ?? whaddya think xing?

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    Aha, I was right >:] Claps for me :P

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  14. xoxosweetx3
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    2x6 = 12

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  15. xoxosweetx3
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    Lol yes and it xoxosweetx3 , lol (:

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    Okay @xoxosweetx3 aka xing, you're right!! @KatrinaKaif *CLAP CLAP* :P

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