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anonymous

  • one year ago

Harriet would like to frame her graduation picture. The picture is 8 inches wide and 11 inches long. She wants the total area of the picture and frame to be 108 square inches. How wide should the border around the picture be? please help

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    total area = area ABCD = 108 in^2 picture area = area A'B'C'D' = ???? (you calculate it) \(\implies\) area of the border = area ABCD - area A'B'C'D' = ??? show me your work and give me the answer for this part. I will guide you more

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    thank you i have it from here!

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