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Homework Help: geometry/math

Posted by Lauren on Wednesday, December 16, 2009 at 5:36pm.

How do I find the area and perimeter of a square when all I'm given is a diaganol line cutting the square into two equal halves, with the length of the line being 6square root2, and the angles of the square are all 90 degrees, with the angle bisected by the line being 45 degrees on each side?
My book was so very unclear and I really do not get it.'


Please help!

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