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(3 pt) Mandy is planning to replace the old fence around her chicken coop with a new fence. What would be the best measurement to find the length of the new fence? A. the weight of the old fence B. the area of the chicken coup C. the perimeter of the old fence D. the area of the old fence

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  1. anonymous
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    i cant explain how to do this one... @Nnesha can you help this person please?

  2. anonymous
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    i think it would be the area of the chicken coop it is perimeter

  3. anonymous
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    It is perimeter and area formulas

  4. anonymous
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    well... area in the inside, perimeter is the outside..

  5. anonymous
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  6. anonymous
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    so it is the outside

  7. anonymous
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    the square is the whole perimeter.

  8. anonymous
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    The square has the same perimeter as the triangle. What is the length of each side of the square? A. 7 km B. 9 km C. 14 km D. 28 km

  9. anonymous
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    is there a visual?

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  11. anonymous
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    the perimeter is the all the numbers added together. that are on the outside of the object. so in this case... 12+13+3=?

  12. anonymous
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    i know the area of a triagle is b.h divided by 2

  13. anonymous
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    you dont need to know the "area" of the triangle... you need to know the "perimeter"

  14. anonymous
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    it is 28

  15. anonymous
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    yes. but... that is the perimeter of the triangle and square... to find the answer you are looking for.... divide 28 by 4. "28/4=?"

  16. anonymous
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    7

  17. anonymous
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    there you go.

  18. anonymous
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  19. anonymous
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    perimeter?

  20. anonymous
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    yes do i add the perimeter?

  21. anonymous
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    every time it asks for the perimmeter... add all the outside numbers.

  22. anonymous
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    thanks

  23. anonymous
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    your welcome.

  24. anonymous
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  25. anonymous
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    do u add and then divide?

  26. anonymous
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    yea

  27. anonymous
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    divide by what?

  28. anonymous
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    divided by 2?

  29. anonymous
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    yea by 2

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