Posted by **Ms. Sue for Behzad** on Monday, August 9, 2010 at 5:07pm.

Homework Help Forum: geometry

Posted by behzad on Monday, August 9, 2010 at 4:57pm.

I need to find the fifth side. I have a polgon(5 sided).

The distnace:

A to B= 4"

B to C =8"

C to D = 18"

D to E = 23"

E to A = ? in which is 39"

How do I find E to A if it is applied?

The numbers changing in polygon, sometime A to B is missing so I have to find the value for 8"

question: if I have four sided how can I predict the fifth sides?

I know it is very difficult to answer but what are the limitations in which the answer for the above is 39 for A to E.

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