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joe thinks the perimeter of the figure is 15 units he is right is it reasonable that the completed figure is a pentagon? Why? the figure that is not completed is 5 on top 5 on the bottom and one side 2.

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    We cannot see the "completed figure." Are the remaining sides 2 and 1?

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