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Given the area of the figure, find its perimeter to the nearest tenth.

1. A = 90 ft^2; number of squares: 6.

2. A baseball diamond is a square with an area of 8100 square feet. The length of the diagonal of any square is equal to √2 times it's side length. Finds fhe distance from home plate to second base (the length of the diagonal) to the nearest hundredth of a foot.

Answers:

1. The perimeter of the figure is 54. 2 ft.?

2. The length from home plate to second base is 127. 28 ft.?

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