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Study Session: Linear Equation Applications. October 4 th , 2012. Brief Overview. Name the types of calculations that are measured in square units . Formulas for perimeter and area of rectangles, squares, and triangles:. Perimeter.

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## Study Session: Linear Equation Applications

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