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A pyramid has a square base that is 160 m on each side. What is the perimeter of the base in kilometers?

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    The base looks like this |dw:1363914742744:dw|

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    |dw:1363915001077:dw|

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    as Jim said base looks like that!, so now u can calculate the perimeter.

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    Observe that he asked the perimeter in Kilo meters , not in meters!!

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    So that will make it 0.0256km ?

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    Use the formula P = 4s where P = perimeter s = side length

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    and yes, don't forget to convert from m to km

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    Got it thanks

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