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anonymous

  • one year ago

Please walk me through this! Write the equation that represents the relationship between n the number of triangles and p the perimeter of the figures formed.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Loser66
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    Still need help?

  3. anonymous
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    @Loser66 yes

  4. Loser66
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    1 triangle: how many 6 , 5 are there in it?

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    1 17 2 27 3 27

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    My question: how many 6 how many 5 I don't ask you to add them.

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    \(\color{red}{1}~triangle: 2 *6 + \color{red}{1}*5 ~( perimeter)\) \(\color{red}{2}~triangle: 2 *6 + \color{red}{2}*5 ~( perimeter)\) \(\color{red}{3}~triangle: 2 *6 + \color{red}{3}*5 ~( perimeter)\)

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    hence, if n triangle, then the equation of perimeter p is \(p = 12 + n*5\) got it?

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    yes

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    @Loser66

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    ok

  13. anonymous
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    So that is the answer? @Loser66

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    yup

  15. anonymous
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    Thank you

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