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This isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length, a, that are longer than the length of the base, b. The perimeter of the triangle is 15.7 centimeters. The equation 2a + b = 15.7 can be used to find the side lengths.

If one of the longer sides is 6.3 centimeters, what is the length of the base?

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  1. 2a + b = 15.7
    2(6.3) + b = 15.7
    b = 3.1

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  2. This isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length, a, that are longer than the length of the base, b. The perimeter of the triangle is 15.7 centimeters. The equation 2a + b = 15.7 can be used to find the side lengths.
    If one of the longer sides is 6.3 centimeters, what is the length of the base?

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  3. 45

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  4. This isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length, a, that are longer than the length of the base, b. The perimeter of the triangle is 15.7 centimeters. The equation 2a + b = 15.7 can be used to find the side lengths.
    If one of the longer sides is 6.3 centimeters, what is the length of the base?

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  5. This isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length, a, that are longer than the length of the base, b. The perimeter of the triangle is 15.7 centimeters. The equation 2a + b = 15.7 models this information.
    If one of the longer sides is 6.3 centimeters, which equation can be used to find the length of the base?

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  6. This isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length, a, that are longer than the length of the base, b. The perimeter of the triangle is 15.7 centimeters. The equation 2a + b = 15.7 can be used to find the side lengths.
    If one of the longer sides is 6.3 centimeters, what is the length of the base?

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  7. All that apply

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  8. Writing a Two-Variable Equation to Model a Scenario

    This isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length, a, that are longer than the length of the base, b. The perimeter of the triangle is 15.7 centimeters. The equation 2a + b = 15.7 models this information.
    If one of the longer sides is 6.3 centimeters, which equation can be used to find the length of the base?

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  9. This isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length, a, that are longer than the length of the base, b. The perimeter of the triangle is 15.7 centimeters. The equation 2a + b = 15.7 can be used to find the side lengths.
    If one of the longer sides is 6.3 centimeters, what is the length of the base?

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  10. yall is no help

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  11. 3.1

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  12. 0.5in and 2 in :)

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  13. i need help hehehe

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  14. 12.6 + B = 15.7

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  15. An isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length, a, and a base, b. The perimeter of the triangle is 15.7 inches, so the equation to solve is 2a + b = 15.7.

    If we recall that the sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle must be greater than the length of the third side, which lengths make sense for possible values of b? Select two options.

    Answer: 0.5 in & 2 in

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  16. 12.6 + b = 15.7 is the real answer

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  17. I don't even know anymore, I'm dropping out of school, I'm tired.-_-

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  18. f all yall

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  19. how do you delete comments...

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