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Problem of the Week #7

All problems can now be found here, on my new site: http://www.cognitivecardiowithmsmm.com/problem-of-the-week.html

Happy Tuesday!

I got up at 4:30 this morning (again) - because my dog decided to start barking (again). He's getting older and has started waking up pretty early most days!  So, instead of trying to get a little more sleep on the couch after I took him out, I figured I'd work on my problem of the week!

This one is an area/perimeter-related problem, with answer key included.
Enjoy!

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Link to folder with all problem of week problems.


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