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In the diagram below, what is the relationship between the number of triangles and the perimeter of the figure they form? (Diagram linked in comments and answers down there as well)
Which of the following represents the relationship?
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xXAngelaXx Group Title
In the diagram below, what is the relationship between the number of triangles and the perimeter of the figure they form? (Diagram linked in comments and answers down there as well) Which of the following represents the relationship?
 2 years ago
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https://www.connexus.com/content/media/46113712242010101909AM1744261787.png The perimeter P is equal to the length of the base of one triangle multiplied by the number of triangles in the figure n plus the length of another side. The equation for the perimeter is P = 5n + 7. The perimeter P is equal to the length of a side of one triangle multiplied by the number of triangles in the figure n plus the length of the base. The equation for the perimeter is P = 7n + 5. The perimeter P is equal to the length of a side of one triangle multiplied by the number of triangles in the figure n plus two times the length of the base. The equation for the perimeter is P = 7n + 10. The perimeter P is equal to the length of the base of one triangle multiplied by the number of triangles in the figure n plus two times the length of another side. The equation for the perimeter is P = 5n + 14.
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