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alainabbyboo22 Group Title

Given polygon BRAIN~POWEQ what is the perimeter of BRAIN? A. 23.50 B. 58.75 C. 35.25 D. 57.25

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  1. alainabbyboo22 Group Title
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  2. psi9epsilon Group Title
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    what is your answer

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  3. alainabbyboo22 Group Title
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    please help someone ..

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  4. psi9epsilon Group Title
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    add BR, RI, IA, AN, NB

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  5. alainabbyboo22 Group Title
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    what do i do for the "y+5" though ? i can't add y ..

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  6. alainabbyboo22 Group Title
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    this is so confusing .. can you at least set it up in the formula how i should add it together ? i don't get it ....

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    I don't understand either.

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  8. psi9epsilon Group Title
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    add y+5+7.5+12.5+17.5++10

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  9. psi9epsilon Group Title
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    also add 4+14z+4.5+3+2x+1 for the other polygon compare them as they are same

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  10. alainabbyboo22 Group Title
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    but it only asks what the perimeter is for BRAIN . and what do i put in for y ? i can't just add y with the numbers .

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    Does the question provide any other information?

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  12. alainabbyboo22 Group Title
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    just the picture .

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  13. kgeorge1 Group Title
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    Maybe you have to make some sort of ratio if we assume they are similar shapes

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    equate 2x+1=12.5, 14z=7.5, 5+y=4.5, that should help you out

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    yes i thought of that but 10 does not = 4 nor does 7.5 = 3

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    think think,you are pretty close

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    add up all the sides. ANd use pythogorean theorom where necessary to get a side.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_theorem I still don't get it

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  19. alainabbyboo22 Group Title
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    same .

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  20. Mikael Group Title
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    Ell it seems (on first look) they did not supply enough numerical data...

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  21. kgeorge1 Group Title
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    please explain the pythagorean theorem

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    these are not right triangles so how does that apply?

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  23. alainabbyboo22 Group Title
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    can someone give me a formula ? i don't understand . ):

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  24. kgeorge1 Group Title
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HYHG3fuzvk Can someone please explain how this would apply to this problem?

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