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The figure shown is a salinon. It is bounded by four semi circles. Determine the perimeter of the salinon to the nearest tenth of an inch.

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    \[\pi d/2 + d\]

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    where d is the diameter

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    That is the perimeter of a semicircle

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    First find the perimeter of the large semi circle

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    the one with diameter 6

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    15.42? @10115658

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    give me a sec

  9. anonymous
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    now find the perimeter of the smaller semicircles

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    sorry 3pi + 6

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    the perimeter of the smaller semicircles is pi + 2

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    so 4pi + pi + 6 - 2pi - 4

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  14. anonymous
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    or pi +2

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    21.1327412? @10115658

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    3pi + 2 is the answer

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    actually its 2pi+2

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    Thank you for all your help!! @10115658

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    no problem, sorry for all the mistakes lol

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