GED Math 1.2 Measurement

GED Math 1.2 Measurement. Which answer best fills in the blank?

Area and VolumeArea
GED MathExpressions and Equations
Measurement
LanguageEnglish Language
Skill Area 2Measurement (Quantitative)

Transcript

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below is one hundred three point two feet Fifty percent

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chance bonus Alright so yeah we could flip a coin

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and get this one right a lot of the time

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Our only options here are area and perimeter so let's

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See what information were given here Well the problem tells

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us that Acts that mystery sides is 20 nine point

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four feet which means that we now have the measurement

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of every single side So bad news for all you

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mystery buffs out there The problem with a hundred three

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point two feet being our area is that it would

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be awfully hard to figure out if it's true or

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not without any angles like where would we even start

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since perimeter is simply found by adding all of the

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shapes of sides and we have that information well it's

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pretty safe That perimeter is the correct dancer but just

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to double check let's add those suckers up Twenty one

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point six fifteen point one twenty point seven plus sixteen

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going for four equals one hundred three point two Surprise

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surprise So yeah perimeter is definitely the correct answer Consider 00:01:25.713 --> [endTime] this mystery solved Yeah