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The square with vertices (-a,-a), (a,-a), (-a,a), (a,a) is cut by the line \(y = \frac{x}{3}\) into congruent quadrilaterals. The perimeter of one of these congruent quadrilaterals divided by a equals what?

 Feb 14, 2022
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This analytical geometry question has been answered correctly here: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/analytic-graphing-geometry-help

 

Also, the perimeter wouldn't change whether it would be cut by a different line because they are two CONGRUENT quadrilaterals, and maybe there was a typo for y = x/3, not y = x/2. Either way, go check out the URL :D

 

 

good luck with your alcumus.

 Feb 14, 2022
edited by proyaop  Feb 14, 2022

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