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The diagram below shows two similar flower beds between intersecting walkways. The third side of each flower bed has a brick border. The perimeter of the big flower bed is 80 feet What is the length of the brick border in the small flower bed? 2 feet 8 feet 6 feet 10 feet

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diagram?
You Need a picturee ?
you said: "The diagram below shows two similar flower beds"

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JUST the small flowerbed right?
Yes sir
what ahve you done so far?
with my feeble mind, I can only tell yo uthe length ofthe side opposite the small garden.
which is 80-24-24
Wait, does this involve TRIG ratios, Cos Law, Sine Law, all that?
i do not know but this one problem is about to make me go insane,i dont get it at all
do you know about trig ratios, Cos Law, Sine LAw? What grade is this? What unit is this?
no,im guessing i don't know nothing i failed the damn class,&& its geometry..
wat grade is this?
is the smaller triangle suppose to be proportional to the larger triangle?
:/
cause if so, the larger triangle is 4 times the 'size'/perimeter of the smaller triangle.
do you know about z-law, c-law and u-law? Seriously, what grade is this?
you keep asking me what grade this is,geometry has no grade limit to it.... and i dont know none of this if i did i wouldnt be asking,im just saying not trying to be rude
Geometry has no grade? There's different levels of understanding...
sorry to bother you,have a nice night.
Anyways, ahve yo uread any of the stuff I gave you? I think one of them helps a lot.
Don't be rudely passive-aggressive please.
what ^^ ?
Seriously though, did yo usolve it?
nope i gave up on it
oh....I kidna gave yo uthe answer tho...
how,i gave you the answer choices and that was nothing near.
no..i wanted yo uto figure it out, with the multitudes of hints I gave.
oh
Well, if you have any more need of help, call out!
i dont even know how this junk work...but ehhh ok
Here, I'll compile the hints: 80-24-24 (with my feeble mind, I can only tell yo uthe length ofthe side opposite the small garden.) cause if so, the larger triangle is 4 times the 'size'/perimeter of the smaller triangle.
there you go! Don't give up so easily. Soldier up eh
Okay Thanks But I Failed The Test!
Can You Help Me With This Other Problem ?

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