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anonymous

  • one year ago

Area and perimeter of a Polynomial???

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Hero
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    For rectangles: P = 2l + 2w A = lw

  3. anonymous
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    @Hero I understand the formulas, but i don't understand why I keep getting the answers wrong. I've written it out several times. Its just confusing to me.

  4. Hero
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    @8164amber, would you mind showing the work you did in your attempts to solve the problem?

  5. anonymous
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    Wit perimeter if you add all of the sides, wouldn't you write out: 2w+w+2w+w?

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    with*

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    At first I thought it would be 4w with an exponent of 4. I figured out that that was wrong. Now i'm stuck.

  8. Hero
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    When you added 2w + w + 2w + w, what was your result?

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