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In the figure above, region PQRSTU consists of three square regions and two triangular regions. If the square regions have areas 16, 36 and 16, what is the perimeter of PQRSTU?

(A) 22 + 4√5
(B) 28 + 2√5
(C) 28 + 4√5
(D) 34 + 2√5
(E) 34 + 4√5

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New post 22 Oct 2019, 23:32
for side QR and ST value will be 2√5 each
perimeter ;
28 + 4√5

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In the figure above, region PQRSTU consists of three square regions and two triangular regions. If the square regions have areas 16, 36 and 16, what is the perimeter of PQRSTU?

(A) 22 + 4√5
(B) 28 + 2√5
(C) 28 + 4√5
(D) 34 + 2√5
(E) 34 + 4√5

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