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Find the boundary.
Add all the lengths of the sides to get the answer. In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape.
Find the boundary of the rectangle.
Add all the lengths of the sides to get the answer. In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape.
Calculate the boundary of a regular hexagon with each side equal to \(9.9\text{cm} \)
Add all the lengths of the sides to get the answer. In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape.
A book measure \(3.45\) inch by \(5.7\) inch . Calculate the perimeter.
Add all the lengths of the sides to get the answer. In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape.
A football field is hundred yards by fifty â€“ three yards. A person runs all around it. How much does he run?
Add all the lengths of the sides to get the answer. In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape.
Calculate the perimeter of a scalene triangle of length \( 7\text{cm},\ 88.8\text{cm},\ 5.57\text{cm}\)
Add all the lengths of the sides to get the answer. In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape.
The perimeter of a regular nonagon is one less than hundred. What is the length of each side?
Divide the total by the total number of sides to get the answer. In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape. In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape.
If a piece of wire fifty centimeter long is in the form of a circle. What will be the length of each side if shaped into a regular pentagon.
Divide the total by the total number of sides to get the answer.
If a piece of wire fifty centimeter long is in the form of a circle. What will be the length of each side if shaped an equilateral triangle.
Divide the total by the total number of sides to get the answer.
The cost of painting a boundary fence of at rupees four per meter?
Find the perimeter and multiply by the cost to get the answer. In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape.
What is the area of a rectangle of \( 6\text{cm}\) by \( 9\text{cm}\)?
The area of a rectangle is equal to length times the side.
What is the area of a rectangle of \( 6.6\text{cm}\) by \( 3.5\text{cm}\)?
The area of a rectangle is equal to length times the side.
What is the area of square of side \(3.3\text{cm}\) ?
The area of a square is equal to the square of the length of each side.
What is the area of square of side \(6.7\text{cm}\) ?
The area of a square is equal to the square of the length of each side.
The sides of a square are \(4.5,\ 5.6,\ 4.4\) . What is the maximum area?
The area of a square is equal to the square of the length of each side.
The sides of a square are \(4.5,\ 5.6,\ 4.4\) . What is the minimum area?
The area of a square is equal to the square of the length of each side.
The sides of a square are \(4.5,\ 5.6,\ 4.4\) . What is the ratio between the minimum and maximum area?
Divide the two areas to find the answer.In mathematics, the perimeter is the distance around a twodimensional shape.
Area of a field sixtymeter wide is \(480\text{sq.m}\). What is the length?
Area of a rectangle is equal to the length times width.
What is the cost of digging a square field of side \(75\text{m} \) at the rate of \( 56.25\text{rupees}\) per square meter.
Multiply the area with the cost to get the answer.
The cost of digging a rectangular field of \(300\text{m}\) by \(600\text{m}\) is \(10,000\text{rupees} \) . What is the cost per unit?
Divide the area by the cost to get the answer.