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  • 3 years ago

what is the formula for the perimeter of the triangle @angela210793 @hartnn

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  1. hartnn
    • 3 years ago
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    sum of sides

  2. hba
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    that cannot be :(

  3. hartnn
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    perimeter of any polygon is sum of its sides.

  4. hba
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    The vertices are L=(1,5),M=(-3,-3) and N=(3,1)

  5. hartnn
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    find sides from that ....

  6. hba
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    So i got (1/3,1) < which looks wrong :(

  7. hartnn
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    distance formula

  8. hba
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    Oh ok ok got it :)

  9. hba
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    Slight confusion sorry :(

  10. hartnn
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    did u take average ?

  11. hba
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    wait i am solving

  12. hba
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    So, root(20),root(20) and root (34) what next ? @hartnn

  13. hartnn
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    recheck....

  14. hba
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    Lol i do not have the power to recheck

  15. hartnn
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    root 20, root 80, root 52 thats what i got....

  16. hba
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    Ok what next ?

  17. hartnn
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    adding those 3 will give u perimeter...

  18. hba
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    So we add them up but we do not divide them by 3

  19. hartnn
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    no, don't divide perimeter = sum of sides

  20. hba
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    Oh Thanks a ton @hartnn

  21. hartnn
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    welcome ^_^

  22. hba
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    @hartnn I think i do not deserve a medal lol

  23. hartnn
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    oh....i am in half sleep...maybe thats y i gave u....zzzzz

  24. hba
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    Same here lol :D

  25. angela210793
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    |dw:1353767765552:dw|

  26. hba
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    |dw:1353768177943:dw|

  27. angela210793
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    I read it just now :P

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