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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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  1. NotTim Group Title
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    diagram?

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  2. kelsoo521 Group Title
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    You Need a picturee ?

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  3. NotTim Group Title
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    you said: "The diagram below shows two similar flower beds"

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    JUST the small flowerbed right?

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  6. kelsoo521 Group Title
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    Yes sir

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  7. NotTim Group Title
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    what ahve you done so far?

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    with my feeble mind, I can only tell yo uthe length ofthe side opposite the small garden.

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    which is 80-24-24

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    Wait, does this involve TRIG ratios, Cos Law, Sine Law, all that?

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  11. kelsoo521 Group Title
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    i do not know but this one problem is about to make me go insane,i dont get it at all

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    do you know about trig ratios, Cos Law, Sine LAw? What grade is this? What unit is this?

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  13. kelsoo521 Group Title
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    no,im guessing i don't know nothing i failed the damn class,&& its geometry..

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    wat grade is this?

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    is the smaller triangle suppose to be proportional to the larger triangle?

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  16. kelsoo521 Group Title
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    :/

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    cause if so, the larger triangle is 4 times the 'size'/perimeter of the smaller triangle.

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    do you know about z-law, c-law and u-law? Seriously, what grade is this?

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    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

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    Geometry has no grade? There's different levels of understanding...

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  21. kelsoo521 Group Title
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    sorry to bother you,have a nice night.

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  22. NotTim Group Title
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    Anyways, ahve yo uread any of the stuff I gave you? I think one of them helps a lot.

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    Don't be rudely passive-aggressive please.

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    what ^^ ?

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    Seriously though, did yo usolve it?

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    nope i gave up on it

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    oh....I kidna gave yo uthe answer tho...

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  28. kelsoo521 Group Title
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    how,i gave you the answer choices and that was nothing near.

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    no..i wanted yo uto figure it out, with the multitudes of hints I gave.

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    oh

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  31. NotTim Group Title
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    Well, if you have any more need of help, call out!

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    i dont even know how this junk work...but ehhh ok

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    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.

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    there you go! Don't give up so easily. Soldier up eh

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    Okay Thanks But I Failed The Test!

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    Can You Help Me With This Other Problem ?

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