# A regular hexagon (6-sided figure) has sides that are all the same length. Each side length is represented by the expression x + ⅓ y. a) Write an algebraic expression that represents the perimeter of the hexagon. b) Use one of the expressions and evaluate the perimeter of the hexagon if x = 5 and y = 6 HELPPPPP!!!!!

Answer: perimiter=6 times legnth of one side
P=6(x+1/3y)
P=6x+6/3y
P=6x+2y

if x=5 and y=6
P=6(5)+2(6)
P=30+12
P=42

A. P=6x+2y
B. 42 units is the perimiter

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