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write down to expressions for the perimeter of a square one with brackets and another without brackets of t+3

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xx_sexymamma_xx
09 January 2012
write down to expressions for the perimeter of a square one with brackets and another without brackets of t+3
xx_sexymamma_xx
09 January 2012
two* epressions
xx_sexymamma_xx
09 January 2012
write down to expressions for the perimeter of a square one with brackets and another without brackets of t+3
xx_sexymamma_xx
09 January 2012
i've got to ...............
xx_sexymamma_xx
09 January 2012
Presumably the t+3 refers to the side of the square? In that case the perimeter must be 4(t+3). You could multiply out the expression to get rid of the brackets.
ianmoth
10 January 2012
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