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### Example Question #281 : Act Math

A kite has a side length of and another side length of . Find the perimeter of the kite.      Explanation:

By definition a kite must have two sets of equivalent sides. Since we know that this kite has a side length of and another side with a length of , each of these two sides must have one equivalent side.

The perimeter of this kite can be found by applying the formula:   Note, though, that does not appear as an answer choice. Thus, convert into by: ### Example Question #13 : How To Find The Perimeter Of Kite

A kite has a side length of and another side length of . Find the perimeter of the kite.      Explanation:

a kite must have two sets of equivalent sides. Since we know that this kite has a side length of and another side with a length of , each of these two sides must have one equivalent side.

The perimeter of this kite can be found by applying the formula:   Note: the correct solution can also be found by: ### Example Question #291 : Geometry

A kite has a side length of and another side length of . Find the perimeter of the kite.      Explanation:

A kite must have two sets of equivalent sides. Since we know that this kite has a side length of and another side length of , each of these two sides must have one equivalent side.

The perimeter of this kite can be found by applying the formula:   ### Example Question #1 : How To Find The Area Of A Kite

Find the area of a kite with the diagonal lengths of and .      Explanation:

Write the formula to find the area of a kite.  Substitute the diagonals and solve. ### Example Question #332 : Advanced Geometry

Find the area of a kite with diagonal lengths of and .      Explanation:

Write the formula for the area of a kite. Plug in the given diagonals. Pull out a common factor of two in and simplify.  Use the FOIL method to simplify.  ### Example Question #1 : How To Find The Area Of A Kite

Find the area of a kite if one diagonal is long, and the other diagonal is long.     Explanation:

The formula for the area of a kite is Plug in the values for each of the diagonals and solve. 1 2 3 4 6 Next →

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