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if joe thinks the perimeter of this figure is 15 units the figure is top line is 5 and the bottom line is 5 and one side is 2 and he is right the figure is 15 units. is it reasonable the the completed figure would be a pentagon and why?

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    sides: 2,1,5,2,5

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