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What is the perimeter of Pluto in kilometers?
Pluto's diameter is 2,274 km and 1,413 miles.
Perimeter is the distance around a object. Example: I have a square. One of the four sides of the square is 4 meters. To find the perimeter of polygon, you add all the lengt…hs together. In this case, you would add 4+4+4+4 (or simply 4x4). The perimeter of this square is 16 meters.
Pluto's orbit is highly 'eccentric' compared to the orbits of the other planets, meaning that the sun is quite off-center, and Pluto's distance from it varies over a wide rang…e during the course of its complete orbit. Averaged over a complete orbit, Pluto's distance from the sun is given as 5.91 billion kilometers.
After Pluto, there is the Oort Cloud which is a congregation of asteroids, dwarf planets, comets, leftover remains from the formation of the solar system, and any other space …junk that may come wandering by. There has been a longstanding myth that there is a 10th planet but by now, we all know there are only eight planets. There is no proposed 10th planet. All that's left after Pluto is the Oort Cloud and then the rest of the universe.
In geometry, add the lengths of all the sides of the figure together to get the perimeter. Answer is usually in units centimeters, inches, feet, meters etc.
Lots of ice.
Pluto is a dwarf planet that is supposed to be no longer a planet (It is still considered a planet because of its history in the solar system. Some astronomers want to prove t…hat Pluto is still a planet even though it is more likely known as an asteroid). It is the planet farthest from the sun.
Example 1: | Find the perimeter of a triangle with sides measuring 5 centimeters, 9 centimeters and 11 centimeters. / Solution: … | P = 5 cm + 9 cm + 11 cm = 25 cm / / Example 2: | A rectangle has a length of 8 centimeters and a width of 3 centimeters. Find the perimeter. / / Solution 1: | P = 8 cm + 8cm + 3 cm + 3 cm = 22 cm / Solution 2: P = 2(8 cm) + 2(3 cm) = 16 cm + 6 cm = 22 cm / / / In Example 2, the second solution is more commonly used. In fact, in mathematics, we commonly use the following formula for perimeter of a rectangle: , where is the perimeter, is the length and is the width. / / In the next few examples, we will find the perimeter of other polygons. / / / Example 3: | Find the perimeter of a square with each side measuring 2 inches. / Solution: | = 2 in + 2 in + 2 in + 2 in = 8 in / / Example 4: | Find the perimeter of an equilateral triangle with each side measuring 4 centimeters. / Solution: | = 4 cm + 4 cm + 4 cm = 12 cm / / / A square and an equilateral triangle are both examples of regular polygons. Another method for finding the perimeter of a regular polygon is to multiply the number of sides by the length of one side. Let's revisit Examples 3 and 4 using this second method. / / / Example 3: | Find the perimeter of a square with each side measuring 2 inches. / Solution: | This regular polygon has 4 sides, each with a length of 2 inches. Thus we get: / = 4(2 in) = 8 in / / Example 4: | Find the perimeter of an equilateral triangle with each side measuring 4 centimeters. / Solution: | This regular polygon has 3 sides, each with a length of 4 centimeters. Thus we get: / = 3(4 cm) = 12 cm / / Example 5: | Find the perimeter of a regular pentagon with each side measuring 3 inches. / Solution: | = 5(3 in) = 15 in / / Example 6: | The perimeter of a regular hexagon is 18 centimeters. How long is one side? / Solution: | = 18 cm / | Let represent the length of one side. A regular hexagon has 6 sides, so we can divide the perimeter by 6 to get the length of one side (). / = 18 cm ÷ 6 / = 3 cm / / / Summary: To find the perimeter of a polygon, take the sum of the length of each side. The formula for perimeter of a rectangle is: . To find the perimeter of a regular polygon, multiply the number of sides by the length of one side.
Pluto is the smallest of all known Planets. Now it is considered to be a "dwarf planet". It takes 248 years to make one orbit around the sun. As to where it is, depends on t…ime. Earth and Pluto move in different orbits, so to detect where Pluto is, requires an exact time.
in math terms, the perimeter is the measure around the shape.
Die, because it has no oxygen and it is -280 degrees Celsius if you what to live then you can stay here on earth. it is so far that the sun can not be by Pluto so ever…ything is frozen You will die if you don't have a space suit on that has a ac that can be adjusted, And some ice climbing material and their is a rocket that is on its way to Pluto still or it has already gone their so their is still a chance that you can live on Pluto with the right materials.
There is still a Pluto. Pluto used to be called a planet, but now it's called just a "dwarf planet". Perhaps that's what you were thinking about. A spacecraft is due to re…ach Pluto in 2015, so we should get some good pictures of Pluto then.
Its height is 4 km because 2(4)+2(7) = 22 km which is the perimeter