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AriPotta

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  1. ktklown
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    do you want the answer only or to learn how to do it?

  2. ktklown
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    well the perimeter is just the sum of the lengths of the sides

  3. ktklown
    • 2 years ago
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    Yes, i get 18 sqrt(3) also

  4. ktklown
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    Yes, because you can't simplify sqrt(3) any further like you did with sqrt(75).

  5. ktklown
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    None of the factors of 3 are perfect squares, so it can't be simplified. In fact, 3 has no factors at all - it's prime

  6. ktklown
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    Yeah, computing the actual square roots means it's about 8.7 feet by 7 feet ... so a table is about that size.

  7. AriPotta
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    ok, thanks :)

  8. ktklown
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    looks good to me!

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