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1. 
Colin walks his dog around a track that is shaped like a regular hexagon. Each side measures 75 feet. If Colin and his dog make 3 complete trips around this track, how far will they have walked?
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The word "regular" means that all of
the sides are of the same length
A hexagon has 6 sides.


2. 
The vertices of a triangle are located at (1,5), (5,5) and (5,3). The length of the hypotenuse is 4 more than the length of the shorter leg. Find the number units in the perimeter of the triangle.
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3. 
Find the perimeter of this trapezoid assuming the values are expressed in feet.
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4. 
Find the perimeter of this rectangle.
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5. 
A football field is a rectangle with side lines measuring 120 yards long. Each of the end lines measures 160 feet long. What is the perimeter of the football field in feet?
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6. 
A rectangular vegetable garden is shown on the grid at the right with each grid unit representing 2 feet. What is the perimeter of the garden?
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7. 
Mr. Smith's rectangular deck has a perimeter of 16.4 meters. If the length of the deck is 5.05 meters, what is the width of the deck in meters?
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8. 
In ΔABC, AB = 8 and AC = 10.
If the perimeter of this triangle is three times AB, find BC.
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9. 
Find the perimeter of this blue figure.
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10. 
Find the perimeter.
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