MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# A park is represented on a map with the following vertices coordinates: Vertex 1 is at (−4, −1) . Vertex 2 is at (−4, 5) . Vertex 3 is at (2, 5) . Vertex 4 is at (2, −1) . Linsey jogs along the the edge of the park in order from vertex 1 to vertex 2 to vertex 3 to vertex 4 and then back to vertex 1. One unit on the coordinate grid equals 20 yd. What is the total distance Lindsey jogged? Enter your answer in the box.

Accepted Solution

A:

check the picture below.

you can pretty much count the units off the grid.

keep in mind that is a square, so all sides are of equal length, and recall that each unit off the grid is 20 yards. So simply get the perimeter of the square off the grid, and multiply it by 20.

you can pretty much count the units off the grid.

keep in mind that is a square, so all sides are of equal length, and recall that each unit off the grid is 20 yards. So simply get the perimeter of the square off the grid, and multiply it by 20.