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  • 3 years ago

Find the perimeter of a rectangle whose vertices are located at (4, 2); (-3, 2); (-3, -3), and (4, -3). A) 20 units B) 24 units C) 18 units D) 25 units

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  1. bloodrain
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    so im guessing you just want me to draw these for you?

  2. e.g.1
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    YPwease

  3. bloodrain
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    i can do that but i just wanted to know...

  4. e.g.1
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    could you also help me find the units?

  5. bloodrain
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    its 24 units, sorry for the crappy drawings but it should be fine |dw:1352926637773:dw|

  6. e.g.1
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    18 units?

  7. bloodrain
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    there i made the drawing better :3 |dw:1352926762030:dw|

  8. bloodrain
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    o.o the right answer isn't in the choices

  9. e.g.1
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    I know. "/

  10. bloodrain
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    its 28

  11. bloodrain
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    i bet 18 is a typo

  12. e.g.1
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    idk

  13. bloodrain
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    :/ thts weird

  14. e.g.1
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    yea

  15. bloodrain
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    well post ur next question and i will try to help

  16. e.g.1
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    Find the area of a rectangle whose vertices are located at (4, 2); (-3, 2); (-3, -3), and (4, -3). A) 24 square units B) 22 square units C) 35 square units D) 37 square units

  17. e.g.1
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    Its not letting me hit the close button :/

  18. bloodrain
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    close button?

  19. bloodrain
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    oh

  20. bloodrain
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    refresh the page, os is being glitchy

  21. e.g.1
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    Nope, still not letting me :/

  22. bloodrain
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    wth?

  23. e.g.1
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    Ikr.

  24. bloodrain
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    wat happens when you hit the button?

  25. e.g.1
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    nothing

  26. e.g.1
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    got it

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