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# Geometry Question-

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Each triangle in this figure is an isosceles right triangle. The length of \(BD\) is 2 units. What is the number of units in the perimeter of quadrilateral \(ABCD\)? Express your answer in simplest radical form. Aug 2, 2020

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BD = 2    Use pythag theorem to find sides ab  and ad   =   sqrt2

then DC = 2

and    CB =  sqrt 8                         soooooo     2   + 2 sqrt2  + sqrt8 =    2 + 4 sqrt2

Aug 3, 2020
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Hello! Are you able to see the picture,or was it blocked by moderator? Thanks!

ilorty  Aug 3, 2020
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The pic is blocked for me and I cannot unblock it.  It is probably visible on the answer tab.

Alan has also been having this problem a lot lately. Melody  Aug 3, 2020
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Ive also been getting a lot of the same problems, and it's pretty frustrating. But, oh well, the rest of the site seems to be fine..... ilorty  Aug 3, 2020
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edited by heureka  Aug 4, 2020
edited by heureka  Aug 4, 2020
edited by heureka  Aug 4, 2020
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Thanks heureka!

ilorty  Aug 3, 2020
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Each triangle in this figure is an isosceles right triangle. The length of BD is 2 units. What is the number of units in the perimeter of the quadrilateral ABCD? Express your answer in simplest radical form.

Perimeter  P = 2√2 + √8 + √4 Aug 5, 2020
edited by Guest  Aug 5, 2020