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## #1 2006-10-22 00:19:38

rida
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### perimeter problem

1) A square has a 14cm perimeter.
What is the length of each side?

2) A new square has been made its perimeter is twice the perimeter of the previous one.
What is the length of each side?

Last edited by rida (2006-10-29 09:29:00)

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## #2 2006-12-04 20:47:24

Love_summers
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### Re: perimeter problem

Hum...not so easy.

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## #3 2006-12-05 00:46:00

Patrick
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### Re: perimeter problem

Love_summers wrote:

Hum...not so easy.

I'll explain this in detail, since I don't know your 'level of skill':

Hope it helps if you had trouble understanding it Love_summers (and others)

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