# Kite

John a kite, which is diamond shaped. Its diagonals are 60 cm long and 90 cm long. Calculate:

a) the diamond side

b) how much paper John needs to make a kite if he needs paper on both sides and needs 5% of the paper for bending.

a) the diamond side

b) how much paper John needs to make a kite if he needs paper on both sides and needs 5% of the paper for bending.

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