anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the perimeter of the figure
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anonymous
  • anonymous
anonymous
  • anonymous
@PuppyLover784 i think it is B
PuppyLover784
  • PuppyLover784
Yes??

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anonymous
  • anonymous
can you help
PuppyLover784
  • PuppyLover784
Sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
whats the perimeter
PuppyLover784
  • PuppyLover784
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anonymous
  • anonymous
anonymous
  • anonymous
@PuppyLover784
IHelpYouLearn
  • IHelpYouLearn
@lamy the perimeter (add all sides up) is 230 2/3. Right???
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think B or C
anonymous
  • anonymous
@PuppyLover784 are you going to help
anonymous
  • anonymous
@PuppyLover784 i am in k12
anonymous
  • anonymous
@AloneS
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Ghostgate
anonymous
  • anonymous
@soulkiller2
IHelpYouLearn
  • IHelpYouLearn
@lamy Was my answer not right!?
Ghostgate
  • Ghostgate
@lamy List the question's answers, don't randomly throw out that you think the answer is 'B' or 'C' without listing the problems and expect people to instantly know your options. So, keep that in mind. Alright, to answer this question of yours: The perimeter is adding all sides together, after all the perimeter is the outer ridge, not the insides, an example could be that the cops covered the perimeter of the building, that would be the outside of the building, right? So, in terms of this let's list all of the side lengths that you have: 60 5/6, 54 1/3, 56 1/6, 59 1/3 Knowing this, we need to list them in an equation format: 60 5/6 + 54 1/3 + 56 1/6 + 59 1/3 = ? Now we have to make the fractions even. 60 5/6 + 54 2/6 + 56 1/6 + 59 2/6 = ? Now to finalize by adding everything together: 56 + 54 = 110 110 + 60 = 170 170 + 59 = 229 5/6 + 2/6 = 7/6 -or- 1 1/6 7/6 + 1/6 = 8/6 -or- 1 2/6 -or- 1 1/3 8/6 + 2/6 = 10/6 -or- 1 4/6 -or- 1 2/3 229 + 1 2/3 = 230 2/3 To finalize with estimation it would roughly be: 230.3 sq. ft. -or- 230 2/3 sq. ft. Have a great day! {---@Ghostgate---}
IHelpYouLearn
  • IHelpYouLearn
@lamy See I was right :) Glad to hear @ghostgate could help you more!
Ghostgate
  • Ghostgate
@IHelpYouLearn Well, you did a good job at getting the answer, however you should try to either explain how you got the answer step by step, in addition, we're not allowed to give the answer out freely until the person who asked the question at least participates a little in trying to answer the question, just to throw it out there since I got suspended for 24 hours over it.

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