# geometry

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The height of the figure shown at the right is 20 inches, and the width of the figure is 10 inches. All the line segments are either vertical or horizontal. Calculate the perimeter of this figure.

a.30 inches
b.50 inches
c.60 inches
d.Cannot be determined from the given information.

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