The figure is composed of a square with an equilateral triangle on top of it. If the area of the square is 25 square inches. What is the perimeter of the figure? A) 20 inches B) 25 inches C) 30 inches D) 35 inches E) 36 inches

3 weeks agois it C

3 weeks ago@Gdeinward

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3 weeks agoSee what you think, but the triangle figure I dont know how you would find the exact length of the sides of the triangle, but it is safe to assume that the length is 5.

3 weeks agoso the perimeters 25 - 5 = 20

3 weeks agois that correct

3 weeks ago@dude

3 weeks agowhy did you subtract 5?

3 weeks agoi thought...

3 weeks agoIf the area of the square is 25 inches, each side is 5 inches because 5*5 = 25. If each side is 5 inches, can you figure out the total perimeter?

3 weeks ago@Gdeinward

3 weeks agois it true that To get the perimeter of the square add up all the sides of the figure, so 3 sides of the square and 2 sides of the triangle

3 weeks agoyes. so multiply those sides by 5.

3 weeks agothat is what the image I posted represents

3 weeks agoit's C

3 weeks agono, its 25.

3 weeks ago5 times 5

3 weeks agooh sorry i did it wrong

3 weeks agoB. 25

3 weeks agocorrect. good job

3 weeks agoThe area of the square is 25 in^2; therefore, each side of the square is 5 inches in length. The base of the equilateral triangle is one side of the square, which makes the base and each side of the triangle equal 5 inches. The perimeter only includes the distance around the figure. P = 3 sides of the square + 2 sides of the equilateral triangle P = 3(5) + 2(5) P = 15 +10 P = 25 inches

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