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Here, we have a garden that is 17 feet long. We also know that the perimeter is 54 feet. So let's draw what we know
So we know the length is 17. 17 x 2 =34 So we know that out of the 54 units, 34 units of the perimeter is the length. From this information, we know that 54-34=20. Therefore, the width must be 10.
@jameshorton if you're there, please let me know that you're following along :)
nice. I'll keep going then. You understand so far, right?
Just add 22+22+10+10, and you'll have your new perimeter :)
that is correct :) Good job!
Glad you understand :)
don't forget units! 64 square feet
(3 pt) Which expressions could be used to calculate the area of this patio? Choose exactly two answers that are correct. A. (18 • 21) – (12 • 5) B. (18 • 21) – (16 • 6) C. (18 • 5) + (16 • 12) D. (12 • 21) + (6 • 15)
this my last question
@jameshorton in the future, note that you should only ask one question per thread. Otherwise, the thread can get laggy. Plus, you're engagement score goes higher if you post more than one thread
yeah :) and what patio are we looking at here, just wondering
Which expressions could be used to calculate the area of this patio? What is "this patio"
is there a picture or something?
for this problem...I don't know what I'm looking at
there go the link
@jameshorton let me know when you got my pm.
i got it
Cool. Well, you're welcome