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PLEAS HELP. WILL GIVE MEADAL PLEASEEEE. The circle is inscibed by the triangle. Find the perimeter https://media.education2020.com/evresources/2072472_41e6a301-59df-4c99-a9f9-1b9f0898b794.pngf the triangle.

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  1. anonymous
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    PLEASE SOMEONE

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    @dan815 @freckles

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    @dan815

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    can't see anything,says error.

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    https://media.education2020.com/evresources/2072472_41e6a301-59df-4c99-a9f9-1b9f0898b794.png

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    @surjithayer

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    Perimeter = a + b + c

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    inst it 26

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    isnt

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    can you also help me with this

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    |dw:1444269435975:dw|

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    In the diagram, BE is perpendicular to AC.AG=6, DG=3, AG = 6, DG = 3, and CD = 10. If BG = 8 and EG = 4, calculate the area of ABCDE.

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    https://media.education2020.com/evresources/2091347_12cd1acb-d2db-4e77-8374-e9df1b111934.png

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    @dan815 @surjithayer

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    |dw:1444269803741:dw|

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    area=1/2BC*AB+1/2*4*3=?

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