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mr. ming may swim the perimeter of Pool A or Pool B. In which pool must he swim farther? How much farther? Pool A measurements: 10m, 2m Pool B: 7m, 7m
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Perimeter means to add the sides. Pool A: 10+2+10+2
Pool B: 7+7+7+7
Which is more?posted by Jen
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