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In the figure above, the triangle is equilateral, and the a

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In the figure above, the triangle is equilateral, and the area of the square region is 100. What is the perimeter of the triangle?


(A) 10

(8) 30

(C) 50

(D) 60

(E) 75


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As the question has Equilateral traingle in which one of the base in on top of the square hence , all sides in the figure are same.

s*s = 100
s=rootof(100)
s=10

triangle perimeter = 10+10+10 => 30
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