# math

posted by .

find the perimeter of this poloygon if one side is equivalent to (5+37)/6 and the perimeter is 30

• math -

Your question doesn't make sense. You've stated that the perimeter is 30.

• math -

My name is janella

## Similar Questions

1. ### math

The area of a rectangle is 24, and its diagonal is radical 52. Find its dimensions and perimeter. Longer side = ?

find the perimeter of this poylgon if one side is equivalent to (5+37)/6 your perimeter is 30
3. ### Math

The side of a square is 10 meters longer than the side of an equilateral triangle. The perimeter of the sqaure is 3 times the perimeter of the triangle. Find the length of each side of the triangle.
4. ### math; distributive property;perimeter of a triangl

How do I find the perimeter of a triangle if each side has an expression such as: 3x, and the second side let's say -4y, or the third side is -3x...something like that. Please help. I'm trying to study.
5. ### math

find the perimeter of a triangle if one side is 28 feet , another side is four-ninth the perimeter , and the third side is two-fifth the perimeter.
6. ### perimeter

a pennant is shaped like an isosceles triangle.the short side is 14in.long and is half the length of each longer side.find the perimeter
7. ### math

Find the dimensions of a rectangle with perimeter 40 with the largest area. (hint: Find an equation for area and one for perimeter, use both to find perimeter in terms of one variable)
8. ### Physics

Suppose you are asked to determine the perimeter of a seven-sided irregular figure. You make the following measurements: Side 1 = 3.2 m Side 2 = 4.8 m Side 3 = 2.000 m Side 4 = 8.94 m Side 5 = 11 m Side 6 = 7.566 m Side 7 = 4.0 m How …
9. ### geometry

one side of an equilateral triangle is 7 dm shorter than one side of square.the sum of the perimeter of the two figure is 49 dm . find the perimeter of each figure.
10. ### math

the perimeter of a rectangle is 35.54 inches longer than the perimeter of a square of side 6.75 inches. Find the perimeter of the rectangle to the nearest tenth of an inch.

More Similar Questions