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Jul 2nd, 2015

Side of the larger square = sqrt(125) = 5 sqrt(5)

Perimeter of the larger square= 4 *  5 sqrt(5) = 20 sqrt(5)

Side of the smaller square = sqrt(5)

Perimeter of the larger square= 4 * sqrt(5) =4 sqrt(5)

Total perimeter required to enclose the squares = 20 sqrt(5) + 4 sqrt(5) 

                                                                             =  24 sqrt(5)


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Jul 2nd, 2015

can you write out the work and then take a picture and upload it

i am confused

and how did you get 4

Jul 3rd, 2015

perimeter = 4* length of one side

Jul 3rd, 2015

That is the formula

Jul 3rd, 2015
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