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The gure above is composed of nine regions: four squares, four triangl

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The figure above is composed of nine regions: four squares, four triangles, and one rectangle. If the rectangle has length 4 and width 3, what is the perimeter of the entire figure?

A. 24
B. 28
C. 34
D. 40
E. 44


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The figure above is composed of nine regions: four squares, four triangles, and one rectangle. If the rectangle has length 4 and width 3, what is the perimeter of the entire figure?

Triangle at the corners form the right angles triangle, with base 4 and height 3
implies hypotenuse = SquareRoot(3^2+4^2) = 5
So perimeter = 5*4 + 3*2 + 4*2
= 34

Option 3 is correct
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The figure above is composed of nine regions: four squares, four triangles, and one rectangle. If the rectangle has length 4 and width 3, what is the perimeter of the entire figure?

A. 24
B. 28
C. 34
D. 40
E. 44


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side of triangle would be 5
5*4+4*2+3*2 = 34
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