A metal frame in the shape of a rectangle is made from a metal with density 1.5kg per meter. The sides of the frame are 12m and 5m and there is a an additional metal rod joining two opposing corners. Find the weight of the frame.

Use Pythagoras theoremFind total length of metal used Mass = Density x length

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