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Which statement belongs in the intersection of the Venn Diagram?
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lamont!!!!!
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lmfao

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The distance around a closed figure The space within a closed figure Measured using the distance formula Measured in units squared
anonymous
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u dont remember me do u?
anonymous
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whats u p brooo jw we can talk later but i need help with this
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skieler from jwj
anonymous
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yes bro i remeber you but i have 3 min to find the answer and i need help
anonymous
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ight lemme see hold up
anonymous
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you should slide me a medal 2
anonymous
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i think its A im not sure though
anonymous
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can you please help me in my homework
anonymous
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give me a medal then
anonymous
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pellet um
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lamont2lj1
anonymous
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give me a medal then
anonymous
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id say B
anonymous
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but perimeter is just the outside not the middle ut area covers the inside and outside techniqually if you know what i mean
anonymous
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wait, i read it wrong
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@dan815
anonymous
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its D
anonymous
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i remember take this
anonymous
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its flvs geo
anonymous
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no perimeter is measured i just units and area is units squared i already looked that up
anonymous
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then what is it
anonymous
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what assignment is it? ill look it up
anonymous
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its C
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@lamont2lj1

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