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the perimeter of a 4 - side figure is 6. If the length of each side of each side of the figure is increased by 1 units, what is the perimeter of the new figure?

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    just add 1 * 4 to perimeter

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    how do u know its 4

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    because there are 4 sides and each of these sides is increased by 1 unit

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    so p= 2(l+w) 6= 2( 5 +5) cause u add 1 to the sides 6= 20 ...

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    no not really initial perimeter = 6 add 1 *4 = 4 new perimeter = 6+4 = 10

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    oohh

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    oh - as simple as that!

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    ty

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    yw

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    question what if you have the initial perimeter and you want to find what the old one was how do you do that ?

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