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Then the diagram is impossible to make (even if it were to scale) Can you make a to-scale diagram for it. What I see is that the rectangle-stair-like shapes = 26. Given line(7). And many more measurements are still left. The answer will obviously exceed 33

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TopNewest@Mahdi Raza, check the question now, it is edited

The question of What is the perimeter of this figure (II)

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The answer should be: $2(10 + 3) + 2(3) + 2(7) = 46 \ne 33$

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Are you counting the internal lines @Mahdi Raza

We should only count the boundary

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@Hamza Anushath, are the three circles congruent ?

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And another thing @Mahdi Raza

Do you think that my current profile picture is better, or my past one is better? Your opinion?

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Check the centres of the triangles, and you will find out these facts:

The two circles in contact with the 3 measurement circles are congruent

The other circle isn't

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Then the diagram is impossible to make (even if it were to scale) Can you make a to-scale diagram for it. What I see is that the rectangle-stair-like shapes = 26. Given line(7). And many more measurements are still left. The answer will obviously exceed 33

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@Mahdi Raza

I seem to have one, (digital one I'm afraid)

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Forgot to crop; you can ignore the buttons in the picture

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@Mahdi Raza; wait till then!

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For the question about the misleading marathoners, 3142 is also an answer.

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I meant the question penned by you, not the daily question.

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Sorry @Ved Pradhan, I will edit the problem later...

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In latest question, 4231 is also an answer

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Looks like I need to refine my question @Aryan Sanghi, thanks for the eagle eyes!

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Sorry, I forgot which question. Could you please share the link?

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Sorry @Aryan Sanghi and @Sachetan Debray!

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I am Aryan Sanghi.

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Bigger, but how big? [Circles III] - comparing using ratio or difference?(I haven't answered yet)

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Using fractions. When we compare a full circle with it's quarter, we type in the answer for comparison as $\frac{1}{4}$

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OK, now I'll see!

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The question has changed, check it out!

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You still did not write either of those words!

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Size of radius or area has to compared?

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Either way, the answer is not correct

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Yes, exactly

That's why I deleted it! The link for the repaired question is here

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