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The figure is drawn on centimeter grid paper. find the perimeter of the shaded figure to the nearest tenth

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SOURCE: Look at this parallelogram. Find the value of c . c 14 cm Perimeter = 56 centimeters c = centimeters

the perimeter is like walking all around the outside. it looks like uve already given side c 14 cm. but its actually a square thats been pushed side ways slightly. get an empty square box or match box and push from one side so it looks like a parallelogram. all 4 sides are 14 + 14 + 14 + 14 = 56cm. pity there isnt a parallelogram to look at, uve not shown it...lol...

and i havent got a clue how to draw it in this box either..lol

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