Today is the final day of the problem of the week. The answers will be going up in late September.

Easy: Take a trapezoid with an area of n and bases of lengths t and m^3. What is the height h of this trapezoid?

h =

Hard: Take a circle with radius a centimeters and a trapezoid with bases s and k centimeters and a height of (2n-8y-4)/5 millimeters. Find the perimeter of the shape with the bigger area in centimeters. Round to the nearest tenth of a centimeter.

p =

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