# algebra

what is the perimeter of a square with sides that are

sqrt3 + sqrt5 on every side?

what is the area? not perimeter

area= (sqrt3 + sqrt5 )(sqrt3 + sqrt5 )

Multiply it out. I will be happy to critique your thinking and work.

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