What is the perimeter of the figure to the nearest hundredth of a centimeter? A. 24.56 cm B. 18.28 cm C. 16 cm D. 14.28 cm

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What is the perimeter of the figure to the nearest hundredth of a centimeter? A. 24.56 cm B. 18.28 cm C. 16 cm D. 14.28 cm

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im not sure but i think the answer is c

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Okay.. let's see if you were correct as we go along. Now, this shape has two figures: 1. A semi circle 2. A square
yeah okay
You need to find the perimeter of each individual shape then add them together.
What is the perimeter of the square?
okay
16?
Correct! Now, we can immediately eliminate C and D because the perimeter of the total figure will be GREATER than 16 since we haven't figured out the perimeter of the circle yet.
ohh okay
Now, remember last thread when I helped you figure out the perimeter of the semicircle? Try figuring it out :)
okay
Remember: Circumference = 2πr or πd
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@Aureyliant Since it is a semi circle she could just use the equation πr. Am I correct?
Yup! I was just about t mention that :) @taylorz115820
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Tell me your explanation. What was the circumference you got for this SEMI CIRCLE?
I need help!?!?!
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Why are you multiplying it by 4? You need to add the circumference of this semi circle to the perimeter of the square (16 cm)
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There you go basically all you need right there
Good job @Aureyliant
Something isn't right though. A normal circle's circumference is = 2πr or πd Even though this is a semi circle, the diameter will remain constant. Though the final answer is A.
What you did was right a normal circle is 2πr so if you want half of that you simply don't "need" the 2 anymore
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