# math

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Im just not sure of this I keep getting confused?
(1) Round the following number to the indicated place. 5,911 the nearest thousand.
(A)6,000 (B) 5,910 (C) 6,010 (D) 5,900

(2) How do I find the perimeter of a figure

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1. A

2. Add all the side measurements together.

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Thank You Arya, This is a big help!!!

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no problem

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