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Q: The perimeter of a church window is 80 inches. If the window is in the shape of a square, what is the length of each side of the window? A. 40 inches B. 15 inches C. 20 inches D. 60 inches
A: Perimeter is the sum of all sides. If the perimeter of the window is 80 inches, the measure of each side is 80/4 = 20 inches. The answer is C. 20 inches.
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User: The perimeter of a church window is 80 inches. If the window is in the shape of a square, what is the length of each side of the window? A. 40 inches B. 15 inches C. 20 inches D. 60 inches

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Perimeter is the sum of all sides. If the perimeter of the window is 80 inches, the measure of each side is 80/4 = 20 inches. The answer is C. 20 inches.
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12. Solve this equation: 4y + 228 = 352. A. y = 3 B. y = – 31 C. y = 145 D. y = 31
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4y + 228 = 352
4y = 124
y = 31
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Sue has a balance of $35 in her checking account. She writes one check for $10, and three checks for $9 each. Her balance is now -$2.
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