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Re: What is the perimeter of the pentagon above?
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11 Nov 2017, 08:24

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We have been asked the perimeter of the pentagon.

The right angled triangle which has length of two sides 3 and 4, will have a hypotenuse of 5, which also happens to be the other side of the rectangle so formed

Therefore, the perimeter is 3+4+7+5+7 = 26(Option B) _________________

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