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It is a distance around a shape, example: Say I have a square in my hands well...you should know that a square has equal sides, right? Each side of that square I have is 4 …centimeters so all you do is add up all the sides. Like....4cm+4cm+4cm+4cm=16cm.That is what the perimeter is of THIS square! So basically it's the sum of all the sides of a shape. (MORE)

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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. (MORE)

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Perimeter is a term applied to the boundary of a shape or object. It is the distance around the outside of it. A link is provided below.

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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.

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To find the perimeter of a figure, add all the lengths of the edges of the figure. The sum of the sides is the perimeter.

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The perimeter of an area or object is the total length of all sides. Measure each side with a ruler, yardstick, tape measure, etc... Add all of these numbers together, a…nd you will have the perimeter. (MORE)

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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 รท 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. (MORE)

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Add all of the sides together.

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That depends on exactly what you want to 'do' to it or with it. Do you want to calculate it ? Spell it ? Define it ? Walk around it ? Send it in Morse Code ? The perimeter… of an area or object is the total distance around its boundary. Measure each side with a ruler, yardstick, tape measure, etc. Then add all of these numbers together, and you have the perimeter. (MORE)

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Add up all the sides of the object you're trying to find the perimeter for.