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http://www.mathopenref.com/kiteperimeter.html
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do u need the answer or does this explain it?

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anonymous
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i want to learn how to do it
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Perimeter of Kite = 2(a + b) a^2 = 24^2 + 7^2 b^2 = 7^2 + 4^2
anonymous
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okay, well this is geometry right? so you need to understand the use of sin, cos, and tan, do u get that? you can also solve it by using this formula. its easier and faster. Add the diagonals and times by 2
anonymous
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did u understand the formula or do u want to do it the harder way using cos, sin, tan?
anonymous
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2(7+4) right @robinnicole218
anonymous
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Perimeter of Kite = 2(a + b) a^2 = 24^2 + 7^2 A = 25 b^2 = 7^2 + 4^2 B= sqrt 65 Perimeter = 2(a+b) = 2(25+sqrt65) =~~66.1
sasogeek
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there's a theory called the pythagoras theorem, read about it here to understand @dauspex answer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_theorem @dauspex next time please add some explanation to your answers :) thanks
anonymous
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perimeter = 2a+2b where: a is the length of each side in one pair b is the length of each side in the other pair
anonymous
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can you help me with this one to
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kite have two angle that add up to 180. u are given two other angles.. follow this...
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attching a pic
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okay
anonymous
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tell me if u understand so far, im not done tho
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i understand so far
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these are properties of kites: •Two pairs of adjacent sides of a kite are equal in length •One pair of opposite angles (the ones that are between the sides of unequal length) are equal in size. •One diagonal bisects the other. •Diagonals intersect at right angles.
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look at this now
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i think i got the answer
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anonymous
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CORRECT! 117.5
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OMG YAY !!!!!!!!!! thanks i understand
anonymous
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no prob, im good at geometry ask any ques!:)
anonymous
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one more
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do u want me to solve it
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help me solve it
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one sec im doing it lol
anonymous
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i got 200 |dw:1373520075440:dw|
anonymous
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but when you get 200 you need to times it by 1/2 (which is the same thing as dividing 200 by 2) either way you should be getting 100 as the correct answer
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Okay i get that now lol man your so good at math
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lol thank you !! I just actually completed this course so ill give u all the tips and help u need while its fresh in my brain lol

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