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# What is the ratio of the perimeter of δbcd to the perimeter of rectangle abde? ? what is the ratio of the perimeter of δbcd to the perimeter of rectangle abde? 1 32 53 2 done

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In the figure, the ratio of the perimeter of rectangle ABDE to the perimeter of triangle BCD is 1 . The area of polygon ABCDE is 24 square units.

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