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the area and perimeter of the plane figures are square ,rectangle

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0That depends how you define the perimeter for a cube. The term perimeter is usually used for plane figures, not for 3D solids.

You don't. Perimeter is a concept associated with plane figures, not solid shapes.

the any sides of figures.....

Not easily. You need to find the area or perimeter of the components and sum them.

They are plane figures. Their boundaries are straight lines.The boundaries enclose ONE area.They are plane figures. Their boundaries are straight lines.The boundaries enclose ONE area.They are plane figures. Their boundaries are straight lines.The boundaries enclose ONE area.They are plane figures. Their boundaries are straight lines.The boundaries enclose ONE area.

Very little. Both may refer to plane figures, or plane surfaces of objects in 3 (or more) dimensions. But the differences are more important. An area is a 2-dimensional concept whereas a perimeter is 1-dimensional. It is possible to increase the perimeter of a shape while reducing the area. The two measure different attributes of a shape and so there is no direct relationship between the them.

For a fixed area, the perimeter is minimum for a circle, but has no maximum. Fractal figures (such as Koch snowflake) may have a finite area within an infinite perimeter.

It sounds like you need to consult your teacher to find out the correct format for you report.

An interior angle of a 2-dimensional plane shape is an angle on its perimeter that is facing the enclosed area of the shape.An interior angle of a 2-dimensional plane shape is an angle on its perimeter that is facing the enclosed area of the shape.An interior angle of a 2-dimensional plane shape is an angle on its perimeter that is facing the enclosed area of the shape.An interior angle of a 2-dimensional plane shape is an angle on its perimeter that is facing the enclosed area of the shape.

They are physical characteristics of a plane shape. 3-dimensional shapes do have areas, but the concept of a perimeter is generally restricted to plane shapes.

Area is length x width. Meanwhile Perimeter is the addition of all the lengths and widths of the entire geometric polygon.

not necessarily. take the example of a 3x3 square and a 4x2 rectangle. Both have a perimeter of 12. but the square has an area of 9 and the rectangle has an area of 8.

Perimeter is the distance around something. Just add the lengths of the different sides of a figure. Area: Here you have to learn different formulae for different figures. For example, for a rectangle, just multiply length x width. Other figures have other formulae.

Area: rectangle length times width Area: triangle 1/2base times height Area: trapizoid 1/2 (base1 plus base2) perimeter add up the sides

When the linear dimensions of a plane figure are quadrupled, its perimeter is quadrupled, and its area is multiplied by 42 = 16 .

Zero is. Plane figures have area but no volume.

The perimeter of a figure is the sum of its lengths around it.

Different figures have different formulae; here you will find formulae for the areas of some figures: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area#Formulae

Figures and shapes that have no perimeter such as a line segment

Yard is a measure of length; there is no standard conversion to area. Different figures of the same length, or of the same perimeter, can have different areas.

The number of plane figures that can be traced, is that every plane figure can be traced!

No. Perimeter does not uniquely define surface area. Example: Perimeter = 36 If it's a square with sides = 9, then area = 92 = 81 If it's a rectangle measuring 12 by 6, then area = 72 If it's a rectangle measuring 15 by 3, then area = 45 If it's a rectangle measuring 16 by 2, then area = 32 etc. etc. etc. Each of these figures has the same perimeter, but they all have different areas.

Yes, plane figures are flat, not 3-dimensional shapes.

Any plane shape can have the same perimeter as any other plane shape.

Perimeter: Add up the length of all the sides. Area: You have to learn formulae for different figures, and apply them. For a rectangle, you just multiply length x side. For other figures, use other formulae. For example, the area of a triangle is 1/2 x base x height (where the height is perpendicular to the base).

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