Find the perimeter of the triangular plot in Illustration 1.
To calculate: The perimeter of the figure given below.
The provided figure is,
To add two or more mixed fractions having different denominators:
Step 1: Find the LCD.
Step 2: Using the LCD, express each fraction as an equivalent fraction.
Step 3: Add the fractions.
Perimeter of the triangle ABC is:
Where AB, BC and CA are the sides of the triangle.
Refer the provided figure.
Now, the side AB of the triangle is , the side BC of the triangle is and the side CA of the triangle is .
The perimeter of the triangle ABC is:
Thus, perimeter of the provided figure is:
Now, the LCD of denominators 4 and 2 is:
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