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Which statements describe the figure on the grid if each square has side lengths of 1 cm? Check all that apply. On a coordinate plane, a figure covers 12 full squares and 12 partial squares. The bottom of the figure is diagonal and crosses 6 squares. The perimeter of the figure is 18 cm. The length of the top of the figure is less than 6 cm. The area of the figure is the sum of 12 full squares and 12 partial squares. The area of the figure is greater than 24 square centimeters. The length of the bottom of the figure is greater than 6 cm. The area of the figure is the sum of 6 full squares and 12 partial squares.

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The figure on the grid is an illustration of areas and perimeters of a shape

How to determine the true statements?

The question is incomplete, as the figure is not given.

So, I will provide a general explanation on how to determine the area and the perimeter of a shape.

The area of a shape is the amount of space on that shape.

Take for instance a square that has a side length 5 units.

The area of the square would be:

Area = 5 * 5 = 25 square units

On the other hand, the perimeter is the sum of the side lengths of the shape.

Using the same square that has a side length 5 units.

The perimeter of the square would be:

Perimeter = 4 * 5 = 20 units