﻿ Find the perimeter of △abc with vertices a(−5, −5), b(3, −5), and c(−5, 1).
, 18.10.2019 06:20, guillianaroberts

# Find the perimeter of △abc with vertices a(−5, −5), b(3, −5), and c(−5, 1).

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