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How would i do this?
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do what?

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Here_to_Help15
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How to do the problem... Just a guidance
campbell_st
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well tangents from an external point are equal... so if JA = 10 then JB = 10 if KC = 9 then KB = 9 so JK = JB + KB so JB = 10 + 9 JB = 19 I'll let you finish.... and using this idea you should be able to find the length of each side and thus the perimeter
campbell_st
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oops should read JK = 19
Here_to_Help15
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yea haha i was wondering where that was
Here_to_Help15
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but @campbell_st im not sure where or how this leading to the conclusion?
campbell_st
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apply the same reasoning to the other sides side JL = JA + LA side LK = LC + KC remember about tangents form an external point LC = LA you aleady know JK = 19
Here_to_Help15
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do i add them once im done?
campbell_st
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once you find the 3 side lengths... just add the sides for the perimeter
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Ok can i tell you my answer?
campbell_st
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sure
Here_to_Help15
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This is just a prdiction before i finish the work lol 66?
campbell_st
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nope... not 66
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:(
campbell_st
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here is a simple method... add the 3 measurements you have been given then double the answer
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@campbell_st I have to be done soon because i have to go to a family funeral so if you can please help me
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with a answer or something i promise to go over it in a week with you
campbell_st
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read my simple method...
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So A ?
campbell_st
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that's my guess
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Guess? lol
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Is this C ?
campbell_st
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so you have a semi circle from z to w... so that's 180 plus the arc from W to X which is 63 so by adding them... that would be my guess
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So am i right? or are you telling me its D ?
campbell_st
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well 180 + 63 = ..?
Here_to_Help15
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243
campbell_st
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that's my guess
Here_to_Help15
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lol you keep saying guess
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Making me nervous
campbell_st
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call it an educated guess
Here_to_Help15
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mhmm
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@Michele_Laino Can you clarify ths?

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