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  • one year ago

Can anyone help me with perimeter of a polynomial?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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  2. vishal_kothari
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    can you provide more clear drawing?

  3. anonymous
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    yes,give me just a minute and i will get you one!

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    I attached a clearer image.

  6. vishal_kothari
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  7. vishal_kothari
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    do we have to value of z in this ?

  8. vishal_kothari
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    *find

  9. anonymous
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    You have to add all of the sides that are given. Combine like terms.

  10. vishal_kothari
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    yes..i know in that case..2z=z+1 so z=1

  11. anonymous
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    what would your answer be if your not supposed to solve for z?

  12. vishal_kothari
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    perimeter of first figure= 2(2+1) = 6 perimeter of second figure = 2(2+1) = 6 perimeter of third figure = 2(2+1) = 6 so , the total comes to be , 6+6+6=18

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