Perimeter Problem #3 Posted on September 21, 2014 by solvemymaths r and q are circle centres. pr = 9 cm qr = 4 cm Find the length of the black line. Advertisements

Hexagon Problem #1 Posted on September 10, 2014 by solvemymaths 3 different sized regular hexagons are shown. Find the length of the black line.

Perimeter Problem #2 Posted on August 19, 2014 by solvemymaths 3 congruent rectangles are arranged as shown, such that two rectangles have a vertex pinned to the centre of a different rectangle. Find the perimeter of the red triangle.

Perimeter Problem #1 Posted on June 28, 2014 by solvemymaths The area of the smallest square is 16cm^{2} The outer square is an enlargement of the smallest square, with a scale factor of 5. Find the length of the red line. Assume all adjacent squares are equidistant from each other.