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check my answers please Calculate the area of triangle ABC with altitude CD, given A (-7, -1), B (-1, 5), C (0, 0), and D (-3, 3). (5 points) 9 square units 18 square units 18.5 square units 21 square units I got 21

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    Find the perimeter of a quadrilateral with vertices at C (-1, 1), D (3, 4), E (6, 0), F (2, -3). Round your answer to the nearest hundredth when necessary. (5 points) 12 units 16 units 20 units 24 units for this one I got 16 but i think it could be 20 also

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    @ganeshie8 pls help

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    Thanks for the help from any of you.

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