MATH PLEESE HELP ITS URGENT
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There are 3 gardens below. They are all joined. Garden A and C are are perfect squares. A is 121 m2 and C is 169 m2. What is the area of garden B? Label all the dimensions and then find the perimeter of the entire three gardens that are joined together?
All I know is that 11x11 = 121 and 13x13 = 169
PLEESE HELP .. THANKS

A is 11 by 11
B is 11 by 13
c is 13 by 13
total area is 433 m2
area of B is 143 m2
total perimeter is 96 m 
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