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Hi, basically I’m really confused on how to work out this question. I’ve tried, but tbh I’m not sure where to start. Any help would be appreciated
What is the question?
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What is the question?
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'Hey I don't know what this picture is
Does anybody else? '
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What is the question?
Ooops I’m so sorry lol, didn’t realise it wasn’t attached. Let me try again
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Hi, basically I’m really confused on how to work out this question. I’ve tried, but tbh I’m not sure where to start. Any help would be appreciated Name:  64869E0A-E3A9-416C-8D87-088073C3067C.jpeg
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Well, what's the length BF? And if FBC is a quarter circle, what length does CF have to be?
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Well, what's the length BF? And if FBC is a quarter circle, what length does CF have to be?
I know that BF = 9, but I’m not completely sure on CF. I was guessing that would be 9 too, but idk? 😬
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I know that BF = 9, but I’m not completely sure on CF. I was guessing that would be 9 too, but idk? 😬
Well BF and CF are both radii (radius’) of the circle, so it’s makes sense that they are te same value
Can you work out the length B to C?
What about the triangle length C to D and the perimeter of the rectangle BAED
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I know that BF = 9, but I’m not completely sure on CF. I was guessing that would be 9 too, but idk? 😬
Correct. You have a quarter circle and angle BFC is 90 degrees, so BF and CF are radii. You can use this to get the perimeter of the quarter circle.

You can subtract FC from 41 to get the unknown length of the rectangle at the bottom, which gives you 2 other parts of the perimeter

Finally you need the hypotenuse of the right-angled triangle, so you should be good to go
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Correct. You have a quarter circle and angle BFC is 90 degrees, so BF and CF are radii. You can use this to get the perimeter of the quarter circle.

You can subtract FC from 41 to get the unknown length of the rectangle at the bottom, which gives you 2 other parts of the perimeter

Finally you need the hypotenuse of the right-angled triangle, so you should be good to go
Ahh okay, thank you so much for your help!!
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Well BF and CF are both radii (radius’) of the circle, so it’s makes sense that they are te same value
Can you work out the length B to C?
What about the triangle length C to D and the perimeter of the rectangle BAED
Would BC be (pi x 18) divided by 4, and to find CD, I could just use Pythagoras?
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Would BC be (pi x 18) divided by 4, and to find CD, I could just use Pythagoras?
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you - yes to both of your questions!
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Sorry for the delay in getting back to you - yes to both of your questions!
No worries, thanks so much for your help and have a good day!
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