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August 12th, 2018, 12:57 PM   #1
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Framing a photo part 3

You want to frame a photo from your trip to send home. Select a frame that is suitable for a photo with a perimeter of 70 cm.

Is this frame suitable?
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At some point you have to do your own homework or at least show what progress you've made and where you're stuck.
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At some point you have to do your own homework or at least show what progress you've made and where you're stuck.
I need to know how to work this sort of question out as totally stuck on it
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At some point you have to do your own homework or at least show what progress you've made and where you're stuck.
So would I add 30 cm and 40 cm together = 70 cm so it would fit? Is that the correct answer?

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You must give the length and width of the photo separately in general. In this case it will fit no matter what.
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So would I add 30 cm and 40 cm together = 70 cm so it would fit? Is that the correct answer?
I mentioned this twice before.... Please pay attention this time.

You have to add all four sides to get the perimeter. Thus 30 + 40 + 30 + 40 is the correct perimeter.

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So is the correct answer no it would not fit into the frame?

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So is the correct answer no it would not fit into the frame?
Correct answer is yes! You should read the answers given.

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